Friends of Kilbride hosts clay pigeon shooting event at Armaddy Estate
By Michelle McAnally
Friends of Kilbride raised nearly £1000 during their recent clay pigeon shoot at Armaddy Estate.
FroK hosted a clay pigeon shoot at Armaddy Estate.
Host Charles Struthers welcomed more than 30 guests on behalf of FroK for a day of fun, frolic and food that was generously prepared by Karen Payne of Silver Laced Catering and FroK’s own Myra Griffin. Even the weather cooperated, providing the guests with a warm, dry day in which to enjoy the beautiful estate, with stunning views over Balvicar Bay. The FroK mobile party wagon was set up overlooking a lovely burn and waterfalls, and folks indulged in a delicious complimentary spread that included mini beef Wellingtons, salmon cups, tarts and a selection of sandwiches and drinks.
Frok’s own Myra Griffin put on a delicious spread for the hungry shooters.
Thanks to the generosity of FroK’s supporters, we were able to hold a raffle that raised £85 and included a chiminea, an assortment of goodies from the Glamorous Owl and a bottle of Loch Lomond single malt whisky. FroK wishes to thank everyone who turned out for this wonderful day of fun, fellowship and fundraising, and especially Charles Struthers for hosting us.
More than 30 shooters enjoyed the day
If you are interested in hosting a fundraiser or donating a raffle prize for Friends of Kilbride, please contact us, we’d love to talk with you!