Wednesday 2nd May 2018

London

Teenage Cancer Trust’s founders and life president’s, Dr Adrian Whiteson OBE and Myrna Whiteson MBE, will be putting on their next clay pigeon shoot in aid of the charity on Wednesday the 2nd of May. Having raised over £100,000 last year, the shoot is a mainstay in the Teenage Cancer Trust calendar, combining a phenomenal fundraising opportunity with a chance to spend the day exploring the rolling countryside at Bisley Shooting Ground. 

Last year’s event brought 40 teams of old and new supporters together to engage in some healthy competition, followed by a 3-course lunch and an auction from which all proceeds will go to Teenage Cancer Trust. Last year’s auction saw supporters generously bidding to get their hands on, amongst myriad other things, a gold Led Zeppelin disc and a 7-night holiday in Grenada. 


The shoot is always ideal for entertaining friends, business associates and networking, and this year promises to be no different. There will be a host of new and luxurious items up for auction and another chance for participants to indulge themselves with a hearty breakfast, a three-course lunch and a day of clay pigeon shooting. 

Laura Woodcock, Regional Fundraising Manager for London, said of last year’s event: “It was a splendid day and much fun was had by all. Thank you to everyone who took part in the event – you’ve helped to make a huge difference to the lives of young people who are affected by Cancer!”

If you’d like to find out any more about this year’s clay pigeon shoot, please feel free to contact Sue O’Donnell.