9th annual Abbeystead Shoot raises funds for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity
PUBLISHED: 09:20 04 July 2016 | UPDATED: 09:20 04 July 2016
Eight friends won a holiday at the exclusive Royal Westmoreland Hotel in Barbados at the Abbeystead Shoot which was held on the Duke of Westminster’s Lancashire estate and raised £20,000 for good causes.
2016 Abbeystead Shoot
David Major, Danny Evans, Calum Gunn and David Thompson formed Bentleys factory team.
Michael Oliver, Tom Baron, Chris Tilley, Chris Jacobs and Jo Pearson join Chelsea Pensioner Steve Allen
Sir Edward Dashwood, James Bright, Ian White and Andrew Johnson
The Ribble Valley team of John Czerwonka, Jon Grace, Nigel Whiteside, Adrian Oldroyd, Dale Cox, Sam Combie and Alex Whiteside.
Hugh Gregson, John Wilkson, Haraldur Agustsson and Sean Bennett
Captain Will Holden, Jonathan Warburton, Richard Southern and Ed Johnson
Andrew Dickinson, Brian Prest, Lucy Marsden and Matthew Marsden
John Page, Luke Gilbert, Gerry Lowe, Annie Plumridge and Miles Gilbert.
Heather Tierney-Moore, Sue Marsden, Nina Wilkinson and Rosemarie Prest
Peter Halshaw, Nicky Simpson, Jonathan Jeffery from Royal Westmoreland, Jonathan Simpson and Roy Simpson came third in the rankings but were picked out of the hat to win a weeks holiday at Royal Westmoreland, Barbados a prize donated by Lancashire-based Pure Leisure Group
Rudy Coxhead, Simon Coakley, seven times World Shooting Champion Brett Winstanley and John Swires scored the highest on the day
ABF The Soldiers’ Charity was the main beneficiary of the ninth annual event and among those in attendance were Chelsea Pensioner Steve Allen from Preston and triple amputee Andy Reid, from Wigan.
Bentley Motors was the title sponsor for the event, which included an auction of prizes ranging from diamond jewellery to gastronomic experiences at Northcote. The event has raised more than £250,000 since it was launched by Lancaster PR and events firm Samuelson Wylie Associates.
For information about next year’s event, call 01524 590610.