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Leading country jewellery company, Hiho Silver, is delighted to be a title sponsor of National Ladies’ Shooting Day, organised by The Shotgun And Chelsea Bun Club.
This is the second ever National Ladies’ Shooting Day and follows in the footsteps of an amazing inaugural event last year. Last year’s day saw 1086 ladies out shooting clays at 22 different grounds over the UK, with many people trying clay shooting for the first time. This year’s event, which will take place on 11th June, is looking to be even bigger and better with many venues already being sold out.
“A few Hiho ladies, including myself, took part in National Ladies’ Shooting Day at Abbey Ling Shooting School in Somerset last year, and we had an amazing time,” said Emma. “We supported last year’s event, but this year we’ve increased our support to become one of the main sponsors, which is something we’re really proud of. The vast majority of our customers are country lovers, as are we, and we’re pro anything that gets people outside, having a great time in the countryside with their friends, and National Ladies’ Shooting Day really fits the brief! We’re very excited about this year’s event.”
Hiho Silver is providing prizes from the Exclusive Abbey Ling Country Shooting Collection. This range has been designed by Hiho and uses beautifully detailed sterling silver shotguns as the focus of many of the pieces.
“We’re huge fans of Hiho, so it’s great to have them on board,” said Victoria Knowles-Lacks, founder of The Shotgun and Chelsea Bun Club. “We’re really grateful for the generosity of Hiho- the prizes are fantastic and there are going to be some seriously happy ladies on 11th June!”
In addition, Hiho Silver’s sister company, Doris & Co, is sponsoring the cake competition at each event across the country. The creator of the cake judged the best will bag some beautiful British creamware for their baking prowess.