Maldon and District gun club has again been offered the opportunity to host 2 rounds, back to back of the U.K.A.H.F.T National series on the above dates.
Whats going on and when?
Wednesday evening from about 5pm sees our home league shoot to which everyone is welcome, so if theres any early birds for the double header they can join in the fun.
Thursday, the meadow range and plinking facilities are open all day and are free to use for anyone booked in for the national shoot.
Friday, the meadow range and plinking facilities are open all day and with a "winner takes all"l fun shoot in the evening which is £1 a man and kicks off at about 6pm ish. The barbecue is also very likely to be in full swing and hopefully (for MAD teams sake) team Rivi will under cook their sausages and not be able to compete the following day!
Saturday sees round 6 of the U.K.A.H.F.T national series with full plinking facilities, a practice course and full catering all day. The catering girls will NOT leave early!
Sunday sees round 7 of the U.K.A.H.F.T national series with full plinking facilities, a practice course and full catering all day. The catering girls will NOT leave early!
Monday, the meadow range and plinking facilities are open all day and are free to use for anyone who was booked in for the national shoot. Ill be there all day clearing up after the carnage and welcome any volunteers.
To answer a few questions.....
YES camping is available from Wed until Sunday night, but if you want to stay longer you can but we will need to relocate you to another part of the farm.
YES, the barbecue is avalable but only when the girls are not cooking, as it would be rude to not give them our money in exchange for quality grub.
YES, theres running water and toilets and a sink near the camping area.
YES, you can play loud music and get drunk and puke and shag (because ill be at home).
YES, its true, camping is free at MAD!
If theres any more questions, then feel free to ask.
The post code for the event is CM3 6PZ and my number is 07449 895053.
Directions from the M25 are below.
Exit at junction 28 of the M25 onto the A12 signposted Chelmsford.
Exit the A12 at junction 18 onto the A414 signposted Danbury.
Keep on the A414 (straight through Danbury) for 3.8 miles to the Oak Corner roundabout and go straight across onto the B1010 signposted Burnham.
After 2.3 miles you will get to a sharp left bend with a vineyards on your left and a junction on your right.
Turn right here into Pump Lane.
Take the third left into Howe Green Road.
After 0.5 miles (just into national speed limit) you will see a pair of gates on your right.
Turn in and you will see the club hut in front of you.