Every year the Rainy Day Trust holds a clay pigeon shoot at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School, which provided the perfect venue for a day’s shooting. This year’s event was held on 6 July and, as has become traditional, the weather was glorious. At the end of the day, the 66 participants enjoyed a fabulous lunch prepared by local chef Mike Robinson. The top shooters for the day were Monica Cleere from Toolstation who won the Ladies’ Trophy and Veracity Marketing’s Tim Trapp, who took the top prize for the gentlemen.
Our CEO, Bryan Clover, spoke to the audience after lunch, briefly explaining how the Charity was helping more people than ever before and encouraged them to ask for the Charity’s new Mental Health booklet which is designed to help both managers and colleagues spot when another staff member is experiencing difficulties.
While the figures have yet to be finalised, we hope to have raised over £6,000 to support the Charity’s work. We want to send a great big thank you to everyone who supported us on the day.
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