Fundraisers on target for local charities

Winning ladies, from left, Barbara Brown 2nd, Cheryl Baker 1st and Tracey Gibson 3rd - all from Wolds Veterans Runners Club.  (Lin)
Winning ladies, from left, Barbara Brown 2nd, Cheryl Baker 1st and Tracey Gibson 3rd - all from Wolds Veterans Runners Club. (Lin)
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A charity day at Nettleton Lodge Shooting School raised more than £2,000 for local LIVES groups and the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.

A run, shooting competition, auction, raffle, dog trial and stalls were among the fundraisers.

There was also a demonstration by LIVES on the use of their equipment.

The 3.3 mile run, over rough terrain through the woods, was won by Ryan Page, with Kris Axon in second place and Colin Hills third.

Cheryl Baker came in first for the ladies followed, by Barbara Brown and Tracey Gibson.

“I absolutely loved the race,” with its brilliant, challenging course,” said Cheryl.

“I like to support the race to support two good causes.”

In the 35 bird clay open shoot there was a tie for first place between John Lee and Martin Doughty, with M Bullivant in third.

In the Ladies Shoot, Rosie Brumby took first place, with Becky Wild second and Lesley Stanley third

Will Jacob and his dog Molly took first spot in the Dog and Gun competition, with M Bullivant and Lucca in second place and Will Jacob and Belle in third.