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First Ladies Day at the Roxburghe has a license to thrill

25 women took part in the Roxburghe Shooting School's first ladies day
The first Ladies Day at Roxburghe Shooting School got off to a flying start at the weekend (Saturday 16 January) with a sell-out clay pigeon shooting event.  
25 women from across the country hit their targets at the new event designed to attract both beginners and experienced clay pigeon shooters.

Led by the skilled coaching team including Tracy Meston – the UK’s only female CPSA (Clay Pigeon Shooting Association) Level 3 Coach and Tutor– the event began with breakfast at the Roxburghe Hotel Golf Club followed by a day of clay pigeon instruction, competition and a sporting flush finale.  

Participants ended the day with a luxury afternoon tea of artisan sandwiches and delicacies at the hotel’s Chez Roux restaurant founded by legendary Chef Albert Roux, OBE, KFO.  

Tracy Meston, senior coach, said: “The first event has been a massive success and has been a great opportunity for participants to experience the recent upgrades made to the school.”

“Due to the event’s popularity; we are already working on the preparation for the next one and look forward to welcoming the next group keen to experience our exciting sport in such a stunning location. We hope to make this a regular event.”

The shooting school, based in the grounds of the Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Course in Kelso has recently undergone numerous upgrades including the introduction of new traps, stands and pathways and is open to participants of varying abilities and caters for individuals and group experiences.

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