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Shooting club has a blast at Gleneagles


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The Glad Rags team opened the autumn season of shooting with a visit to Gleneagles Shooting School and return closer to home at Mayen House for their next event on Sunday.
The Glad Rags team opened the autumn season of shooting with a visit to Gleneagles Shooting School and return closer to home at Mayen House for their next event on Sunday.

ONE of Scotland's most prominent ladies shooting clubs began their autumn schedule of events with a day at Gleneagles Shooting School.

Founder of Glad Rags and Cartridge Bags Mhairi Morris said: "We are unique in that our shooting events are normally hosted at stunning exclusive venues and not at traditional shooting grounds, but it was only fitting that we made an exception for the fantastic Gleneagles Shooting School."

The sun shone from the brightest of blue skies and the glorious purple heather made the most stunning back drop for the 32 ladies – 18 of whom were new to the sport – who enjoyed a morning of clay shooting under instruction followed by lunch.

The clubs next shoot is on the Sunday at a new venue, Mayen House – the private residence of club member Valerie Cheyne and her family.

Directly after the shooting there is a fashion show in aid of Maggie's Aberdeen, the club's chosen charity for this year.

Showcasing their autumn and winter collections are Country Ways and Celebrations of Turriff.

For more information, or to book, call Mhairi on 07841 393 155 or visit www.gladragsandcartridgebags.com



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