The event was held at E J Churchill in High Wycombe, and also included a charity auction.
Scotty's Little Soldiers was established by Army widow Nikki Scott, who set up the charity in her husband’s, Corporal Lee Scott’s, memory. The organisation is dedicated to supporting bereaved children who have lost a parent during service in the British Armed Forces.
15 teams (75 guns) entered the event, each consisting of five friends, colleagues or customers. The event is open to all and included teams from Barclays, London & Capital, and Michael Page.
The winning team on the day, ‘Shooting Stars’, led by Incentive FM’s operations director Glenn Wilson, was from Ideal 365 and ACM Environmental with 340 points.
Jeremy Waud, chairman at Incentive FM Group, said: “Yet again, the charity clay pigeon shoot was a fantastic and fun event and we are thrilled to have beaten our target for such a worthy cause. The money will make a real difference when it comes to offering bereaved children the opportunity to smile again through fun activities and holidays. We are determined to make a positive impact for these children and will continue to support Scotty’s Little Soldiers with future fundraising events.”
Those interested in putting a team of five together for next year’s event should contact Stephanie Ewerse on 0845 1477 121 or at Stephanie.firstname.lastname@example.org