The Countryside Alliance’s Head of Shooting, Liam Stokes (pictured), will be addressing the fourth annual Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Ladies’ Shooting Conference which will be taking place at The Chateau Impney Hotel in Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, on 30th September 2017. Liam will be updating delegates on the key issues facing shooting at present and our own campaigning on those issues.

As well as Liam, speakers and experts addressing the AGM are BASC Chairman and barrister Peter Glenser, the Antiques Roadshow’s Bill Harriman, Shooting Times writer Tom Payne, passionate clay shooter Cheryl Hall and Robert Everitt from Hull Cartridge.

The day long event is aimed at women who want to develop their knowledge in various aspects of shooting, develop and forge friendships with other shooters and get access to knoweldgeable speakers.

High-profile female shooters will form a panel Q&A, where delegates can have their burning questions answered.

Women with a passion for clay and game shooting from all corners of the UK and America are looking forward to the event. Organiser Victoria Knowles-Lacks (pictured right) said: ‘’The conference is my favourite event. The atmosphere is always incredible and it’s been a game-changer for so many lady shots. I’m so grateful to our speakers and humbled by how far the ladies are travelling. Lifelong friendships have been formed at the conference, it really is a special day. I can’t wait to see everyone there’’.

Non-members are welcome to attend this event. The final few tickets are priced at £60 (including lunch) and are available from www.shotgunandchelseabunclub.co.uk