We are very pleased to announce that a team from Lydd Rifle Club won the Lord-Lieutenant's Falling Plate that took place as part of the 2016 Hythe Festival.
The winning team consisted of Paul Tamony, Dave Appleton, Dan Fenlon and Andy Rixon.
Here's a link to an article from Kent Online about it.
Can all Members please provide Ian with your full name and date of birth as soon as possible. This is now a requirement of our insurance. Anyone that doesn't provide this will not be covered by the clubs insurance and thus will not be able to shoot with us.
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Lydd Rifle Club is formed from a relatively small group of individuals from all walks of life and a broad spectrum of ages who share a common interest in the sport of shooting. Although primarily a full bore rifle club our members enjoy shooting a wide range of weapons including .22rimfire, Gallery rifle (under lever carbines), black powder pistol/rifle, and full bore rifle both sporting and target. We also have a healthy contingent of members dedicated to old military weapons from both World Wars.
We shoot twice a month on Military Ranges at Hythe and Lydd with ranges varying from 25yds to 1,100yds. On occasions we arrange for a day at Bisley for any members who fancy a change of venue and between our shoots get together for a day at a local clay shoot for anyone who is interested. Whilst we take the sport seriously we also try to ensure that everybody has a good enjoyable day. Our aim is to promote to sport of shooting in all its various forms and encourage the safe handling and ownership of firearms by responsible citizens.
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