One of the region’s most exciting new charities, Yorkshire Children’s Charity, has announced the date of its inaugural Yorkshire Clay Shoot fundraising event, to be held at Allerton Park in Knaresborough on Friday 10th June 2022.
The event – which is open to all skill levels, whether a total novice or seasoned shot – will be hosted by the legendary Erik Aaron Shooting and supported by Brown Trout in Harrogate and is the latest in a calendar of events to be organised by Yorkshire Children’s Charity to help meet its target of making childhood poverty a thing of the past.
With tickets for a team of five costing £1,500, to include all cartridges provided at cost, a gorgeous three-course lunch and 5-6 drives throughout the day, plus a few extra surprises, it promises to be a fantastic day out and networking opportunity in a beautiful setting– perfect as a team-building exercise or summer celebration.
Yorkshire Children’s Charity launched in January this year with the aim to provide children and families a fair chance to live an inclusive life, full of opportunities. Backed by some of the Yorkshire’s leading business leaders including Ian Short, Managing Director at Morley Glass and Glazing, and founded by a team with extensive experience in both the sector and the region, the team are committed to supporting families in need.
Charlotte Farrington, CEO at Yorkshire Children’s Charity said: ‘The Yorkshire Clay Shoot will be an incredibly fun day out for colleagues, friends or family whilst raising much needed funds to support our work in identifying the needs of families, schools and local communities in the region and helping them in practical ways. It’s events such as these that have a really positive impact on our fundraising efforts, so we are hoping for a sell-out event.”