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Breaking Clays at Bayfield Hall

Now in its fourth year Breaking Clays went to Bayfield Hall

The beautiful Bayfield Hall estate in North Norfolk was the setting for Break's fourth annual clay pigeon shoot, Breaking Clays. Break is extremely grateful to Roger and Caroline Combe for allowing us to use their land and to sponsors Adrian Flux and Robinsons Mercedes Benz, Norwich

The morning dawned with no rain and preparations were well under way to greet the 44 teams of enthusiastic shooters with an army of volunteers at the ready to score, set tables, organise the bar and food preparation.

The day for the guests started with bacon rolls from No. 7 Surrey Street, followed by a briefing and off to their stations to begin the shoot.

With much still to be done, Norwich School arrived with a group of helpers and with their help everything was ready for when the first group came back.

The stands, clays and cartridges were set up by Mid Norfolk Shooting Ground and the day was supported by Longwater Construction. Both teams worked tirelessly to ensure that the shoot went to plan and was enjoyable for everyone.

Winsor Bishop kindly sponsored the Team Challenge Flush which was won by the Pet Shop Boys - Ian Manning, Mark Edwards, John Davies and James Pile with a score of 70. 


H G Graves supplied an excellent hog roast and Nortons Dairy and Mrs Temples the cheese, not forgetting the Sharrington strawberries, the wine and Ghost Ship from Adnams and the Wherry from Woodfordes.

The auction and raffle once again proved popular raising valuable funds to change young lives in East Anglia.

The winning team was Fluxy's Flyers.


If you would like to reserve a team for next year, please contact Sarah Bunn, sarah.bunn@break-charity.org, 01603 670100.



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