NOTICE – Coronavirus
Please note that following the CPSA announcement the club will re-open on Wednesday 20th of May. Social distancing guidelines must be followed by all shooters in accordance with government guidelines. The club will post additional rules to be followed in the clubhouse. Skeet, DTL, Sporting and Sportrap practice will be on.
Latest: from 1st Oct until further notice Masks are compulsory for anyone entering the clubhouse.
Spennymoor Clay Pigeon Club (CPC) is a CPSA Registered Ground in the beautiful rolling hills near Fishburn, just off the A1 at J61. We hold regular registered shoots as well as practice shooting opportunities on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights.
The club is also privileged to hold both Selection Shoots and County Championships
- English Sporting
- Down The Line
- English Skeet
- Automatic Ball Trap
- Double Rise
Situated in farmland we have car parking space for over 100 vehicles.
We have 4 undercover DTL / ABT layouts, all with voice release traps, and a full time Skeet layout. Sundays we normally have 100 Sporting practice as well as regular registered events in other disciplines.
We have a clubhouse with catering facilities for anything from tea & coffee to a full breakfast.
12g Cartridges available for certificate holders. Our Sporting layout is over open farmland, including 120 foot High Tower. Floodlit shooting until 8.30pm every Wednesday all year round.
Please note that anyone caught shooting without a card or failing to mark clays on their cards will be asked to leave and banned from the ground.
THESE SAFETY RULES APPLY TO ALL SHOOTERS & SPECTATORS.
Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times while in the shooting area. Semi Auto and Pump Action guns should be carried with the breech open. Note that only 2 cartridges may be loaded into the gun at any time.
Spectators may accompany shooters, but shooters retain responsibility for their spectators.
Guns must be broken at all times until in the shooting position, unless carried in a sleeve.
Spent cartridges must be placed in the bins provided where feasible.
We recommend the wearing of closed footwear and suitable clothing.