The Club will re-open on Thursday 15th April. When the Club does reopen the booking system introduced in September 2020 will continue to operate.
Using NSRA and Government guidance the Club has performed a detailed Covid 19 Range Risk Assessment . Based upon this assessment the Club has introduced a COVID-19 layout to protect both shooters and range officers. See the Gallery for some pictures of this.
Please note that upon resumption of shooting and before their first shooting session, every shooter is required to sign the CRPC One Time Covid 19 Waiver Form. The shooter only needs to sign this form once. It will endure until the end of the current restrictions.
People who are “clinically and/or extremely vulnerable”
People who are classed as “clinically and/or extremely vulnerable” and are shielding are strongly advised to stay at home. However, whilst many people may still chose not to attend the Club, it is up to the individual to decide whether to stay at home or not. If member of this group wish to start to engage in shooting again it is possible, provided that it is in alignment with the current government guidelines.
People Who Must Not Attend or Shoot
People in the following situations must not attend or shoot:
- Those who have Covid-19 symptoms or those who have someone in their household or bubble with Covid-19 symptoms. They must also report this to the Club Secretary.
- Those self-isolating under ‘Test and Trace’.
Things the Club will Not be Doing
There will be:
- No provision of refreshments – tea/coffee biscuits etc.
- No spectators or social members will be allowed into the Club.
- No guardians/parents (unless they happen to be a member) will be allowed into the Club – therefore no under 14’s.
- The Club will not be accepting any new joiner trainees.
- No coaching or tuition.
- No provision of shooting jackets.
- No social groupings.
- No cleaning of personal equipment. This must be done at home.
The Club will close if:
- Local or national restrictions on indoor leisure facilities requiring closure come into effect.
- If the Committee feel that there is an uncontrollable risk from continuing to shoot.
Membership of the club is open to all, though you must be at least 12 years old before you can apply to join. For further details see Become a Member
The following paragraphs are taken from the Club’s Constitution . Which should be read in conjunction with the Club’s Byelaws .
The Club’s objects are to encourage and facilitate the development of and participation in the sport of
Membership of the Club shall be open to all persons irrespective of ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, religion or beliefs; or of age, sex or disability except as a necessary consequence of the requirements of Target Shooting as a particular sport, subject to the probationary requirements laid down by the sport’s governing body.
Small-bore shooting is covered by the NSRA Club Insurance Scheme.
Full-bore shooting is covered by the NRA Insurance Scheme.