Bucks Shooters donate to Willen Hospice

The Willen Hospice in Milton Keynes, which provides specialist palliative care for people aged 18 and upwards, recently received a donation of £550 from the members of the Buckinghamshire Masonic Clay Pigeon Association.

Held at the West London Shooting Club, the Buckinghamshire Masonic Centres at Bletchley, Beaconsfield and Marlow were joined by a team from Middlesex who voted unanimously to donate the money raised during the day, to the Hospice.

Colin Cruse of the Bletchley Masonic Clay Shooting Club said: “Bletchley Freemasons have a long association with Willen Hospice and the fine work they do. We are delighted to donate the funds raised at our Christmas shoot to the Hospice.”

Picture shows: Allison Waterhouse, Senior Community Fundraiser at Willen Hospice, on a cold and windy day, receiving the cheque from Colin Cruse and Ricky King of the Association with their weapons made safe.