Cholmondeley Castle clay day shoot in aid of the Prince’s Trust
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Over £120,000 raised for UK’s leading youth charity.
A sold-out clay day shoot at Cholmondeley Castle in Malpas raised over £120,000 in aid of the UK’s leading youth charity, The Prince’s Trust. The shoot, sponsored by Promatic International, Hunters Land Rover Chester, Boodles, Tents & Events, Lightech, Charles Mitchell Wine, Holland & Holland and Harris & Howard, was attended by 150 people who enjoyed a champagne reception and lunch. There was also an auction where prizes included an exclusive trip to Renault Sport Formula One Team HQ and a private tour of Highgrove Gardens.
David Pollock DL, chief executive and founder of Chess Telecom and chair of The Prince’s Trust North West Development Committee, said: ‘We are immensely grateful to all our supporters and sponsors for continuing to make this special event the huge success it has become. Our aim is to create a positive future for young people, their families and the local community. Without the overwhelming generosity of everyone who has attended today, our work would not be possible.’