Youngsters learn about country sports

PUBLISHED: 19:00 04 August 2012

Some of the youngsters who took part in the weekend of activities

Some of the youngsters who took part in the weekend of activities

Ian Coley

SHOOTING, archery, falconry and ferret handling were on the agenda for youngsters as they attended a sports taster weekend.

The event was held by non-profit organisation Pass It On at The Bungalow Inn in Redhill and gave 167 children the chance to try their hand at a variety of country sports and traditional crafts.

Pass It On chairman Rob Collins said: “There was a sea of smiling faces throughout the day and evening and I truly believe we inspired a lot of new people into field sports.

“There were children from the age of two years old having a go at the activities up to a lady of 83 who now wants to take up air rifle target shooting.”


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