Two teams from Sunseeker London made their way to the Royal Berkshire Shooting School early this Thursday morning, to support DEBRA’s City Sporting Challenge.
Headed by Group Sales Director and keen shot, Christopher Head, the Sunseeker London teams have donned their shooting vests in support of DEBRA, the national charity which works on behalf of people in the UK with the genetic skin blistering condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). A regular contributor to the annual clay pigeon shooting event which has always been popular with their clients, this year Sunseeker London have joined forces with James Purdey & Sons, Stratstone and The Really Wild Clothing Company at the Pangbourne based shooting ground. With delicious food on the day being prepared by local restaurant the Pot Kiln, attendees at the shoot will enjoy numerous drives at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School, culminating in an auction and prizes for the best shots at the end of the day.
Laura Harrison, PR Manager for Sunseeker London says “the DEBRA City Sporting Challenge is an event that Sunseeker London loves to support time and time again. It is a wonderful experience that combines an excellent day’s shooting, which our clients very much enjoy, with much needed fundraising for our friends at DEBRA; we hope this year is even more successful than last, especially on a gorgeous sunny day such as this!”.