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March 2018

Made in Chelsea..in High Wycombe for The Rifle Run!

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A great day despite the wintery conditions at E.J. Churchill for A.B.F. The Soldiers’ Charity’s very first Rifle Run.

So many lovely people taking part including corporate partners Lloyds of London & Lloyds Banking Group.

Hats off to Rupert Riley for being the top individual fundraiser with over £1000 (and still counting) and The Pony Tails a fabulous group of horse riders for being the top fundraising team at over £1450.

Starting the whole event off were the Libbey brothers including “Made in Chelsea”‘s Ryan Libbey. Naturally a wee photo opportunity had to be done!

I look forward to working with the team again on 9th June for  another year at The Cateran Yomp:

https://www.soldierscharity.org/events/the-cateran-yomp/

The Stroke Association’s Resolution Run: the Glasgow Green edition!

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It was another fantastic event on Sunday at Glasgow Green for The Stroke Association with their second Scottish Resolution Run. Officially the U.K.’s largest Resolution Run, so many of all ages took part raising money and awareness to help The Stoke Association. As ever Dougie and his sound engineer David were present to provide commentary and entertainment.

The Stroke Association March 2018Thanks to Ian Jacobs, official Stroke Association photographer, for the “in action” snap.

Rifle Run for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity in 12 days time!

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Dougie is off to compere at the EJ Churchill Shooting Ground in High Wycombe on Sunday 18th March for the very first Rifle Run to help raise funds and awareness for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity.

Rifle Run is a 10km run if you can shoot straight.

Compete against the clock to take on the 10km race, along the route you will find your shooting challenges. For every shot you miss you’ll face a 250m penalty. Miss all your shots and you’ll run 15km in total.

What’s included?

  • All your equipment for a full days shooting: ranges, air-rifles and shotguns, ammunition, targets and most importantly: qualified instructors
  • Everything you need for a cross country run: a full signposted route, marshals, first aid cover, and that all important finishers medal!

Contact Amy Kenyon for more information: akenyon@soldierscharity.org or 020 7811 3960.