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  • The CPSA is the National Governing body for Clay Target Shooting in England. Based at the National Shooting Centre, Bisley, Woking, Surrey, we operate from a small headquarters and employ 12 people directly and work alongside several industry specialist consultants. The remit of the CPSA is to manage the sport of Clay Target Shooting for its approximately 25,000 members and the 400 clubs and grounds affiliated or associated with us.

    There are also approximately 200 Trade Members associated with the CPSA who believe that being part of the association can be mutually advantageous. The CPSA offer support to its members in various ways: The opportunity to shoot in registered competitions, both at a Regional and National level The opportunity to be selected for the England Team Shooting events and also GB Team events through British Shooting (BICTSF) The ability to obtain a shooting classification (a bit like a golf handicap), based on your scores at registered shoots A £10 million pound civil liability insurance, covering not only clay shooting, but all game, rough, rifle, pistol shooting and angling.
    A £30,000 personal injury insurance, covering all the above sports Public liability insurance (for CPSA qualified coaches and instructors) The publication of Pull! magazine, a members' association publication issued 10 times a year We support clay target shooting enthusiasts across the UK.

    As an association we promote the highest standards of excellence in every aspect of our sport. Open to all who want to learn, develop or use their skills to compete at every level; our members are backed by over 140 years of unrivalled understanding and expertise. They know we share their passion. They know we act in their best interests.

    They know we are dedicated to protecting and enhancing clay target shooting. As the National Governing Body we have vision, resources and commitment to develop the sport and through our understanding of today's clay shooting needs, we are uniquely placed to guard, nurture and shape its future.

    We want you to be a part of us and be part of the future of our sport.

    Clay Target Shooting is a sport for everyone. If you shoot, you should be a member of the CPSA.


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    ESK     8-9 April          Eng Team Sel Shoot   CSC
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    • Following the successful launch at the FITASC World Compak Sporting World Cup in Signes, Laporte have announced the arrival of two new traps.First up is the new 18 column Laporte trap. Featuring 18 columns with the same diameter as a 12 column, the trap has the capacity to hold... See more on line
      Laporte Launch Two New Traps
    • Congratulations to Adrian Last who was recently named Suffolk Sports Personality of the Year at The Suffolk Sports Awards. Adrian became only the second clay shooter to be acknowledged at the awards, after John Bidwell won the lifetime achievement award at the same event in 2010.Speaking after he received... See more on line
      Adrian Last Named Suffolk Sport Sports Personality of the Year
    • High Lodge Leisure Ltd, Suffolk are seeking experienced instructors/Coaches to work Saturdays. In addition some weekday instruction and possible Sunday mornings if of interest will be available on an as and when basis.If you are interested and would like to find out more about the role, please contact Andy... See more on line
      High Lodge Leisure Seeking Qualified Instructor
    • The Registered Sportrap on Tuesday 14th November has been increased from 75 to 100 targets. There are limited spaces avialable (pre-bookings only) so please call 07734 200280 to book your place.This will now be a monthly Tuesday fixture so please keep an eye out on their website and in... See more on line
      Owls Lodge Shooting School
    • Do you have Olympic dreams? Want to learn to shoot the Olympic disciplines of Olympic Trap or Olympic Skeet?Last week Ellie Seward was among some of British Shooting's Talent Pathway shooters who travelled to Australia to compete for England in the Commonwealth Games Test Event. And it wasn’t so... See more on line
      British Shooting Talent ID Days
    • Aaron Heading has continued England's medal spree at the Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships in Australia by claiming Gold in the Men's Trap.After shooting 119 ex 125 in qualification, Aaron beat Welshman Michael Wixey in a shoot-off to progress to the final in first place. From there it was no... See more on line
      Gold Medal Success For Aaron Heading
    • Matt French won silver and Rachel Parish bronze at the Commonwealth Shooting Federation championships in Gold Coast today, the event that is being run as an operational test event for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Matt shot 140 to qualify for the finals in second place and, in the final shoot-off,... See more on line
      Double Trap silver and bronze for French & Parish
    • Jack Fairclough secured Silver in the Men’s Skeet during the second day of the Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships in Australia.Having shot a perfect 50 in the first two rounds of qualification on Monday, Jack continued in fine form, beating Australian Paul Adams in a shoot-off to progress to the... See more on line
      Silver For Jack Fairclough in Australia
    • Please note that Beverley CTC have moved their 100 STR REG Winter Series fixture from the 12th to the 19th of November and that the 100 UTR REG due to take place on the 19th November has been brought forward to 12th November. Please contact the ground for further details. See more on line
      Alterations to Beverley CTC Fixtures
    • Amber Hill rounded off a successful day for English shooters at the Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships in Australia by claiming gold in the Women's Skeet.The Championships kicked off on Monday (30 October) at the Belmont Shooting Centre and saw both the men and women getting underway in the Skeet... See more on line
      Amber Hill Wins Gold Down Under
    • In preparation for the Commonwealth Games in April, nine English shooters will be taking part in the CSF (Commonwealth Shooting Federation) Championships at the Belmont Shooting Centre in Australia, starting tomorrow (Tuesday 31 October). The CSF Championships take place at the same venue which will be used for the Commonwealth... See more on line
      Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships