Due to the outbreak of COVID 19 and government guidance on non-essential social gatherings, BASC has taken the decision to postpone all training courses scheduled up until the end of May.
If you are booked on a course you will be contacted in the next 14 days with details of the new date and venue. We will review all further courses on a daily basis and be led by government advice.
I would like to thank all course participants for being understanding during this difficult period.
Location: House of Schivas
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Enjoy a unique opportunity to see around the House of Schivas which is in the private ownership of the Catto Family. Hear about the five families who lived at Schivas and their compelling influence not only on the history and architecture of Schivas but the local area and even the country.
Discover the story of Mary Gray, an outlander in life and even in death; as she haunts the house today. Enjoy the fabulous Scottish paintings collection, and many special features which make Schivas memorable, from its Jacobite connections and turbulent past due to the Catholic faith the Gray Family held dear, through to the challenges the House and Estate face today.
13.30 Ladies arrive to welcome drink in House of Schivas
14.30 – 17.00 Clay shooting
Followed by mini flush for those that wish to take part £15 for 25 clays & Cartridges
17.00 – 18.00 Sumptuous supper
Ladies are matched with others of similar experience and given an Instructor and targets to suit them. If you have never shot before do not worry you will be taught the basics and will be hitting simple targets in no time. For the more experienced ladies the targets will of course be more challenging. Ladies coming on their own for the first time will have a “buddy” for the day.
Included in the price of £76 is gun hire, ear protection; safety glasses; insurance; clays; cartridges and tuition. Maximum ratio of 7 guns to 1 instructor / trap. Welcome drink and supper.