The CTSA is the association that runs the County Target Shooting at its ranges at Norman Cross. Clubs from the County affiliate so their members can use the facility. We have the following disciplines:-

Field Target which is run through Hereward Field Target Club. Rimfire .22 Rifle shooting at 25yds, 50mtrs and 100yds.

There is a Club room with seating, kitchen, toilets etc. The facility is fully disabled friendly and welcome all abilities and age groups. The site is also cleared for Archery, which we hope will be coming soon.


How do I get involved?

Anyone wishing to try target shooting will need to be put in contact with their nearest club, this can be done through the CTSA website by emailing the secretary or the Club contacts on the site.

How much are the sessions?

Having a go is free, if you decide to take up the sport, then there will be membership fees to pay. All clubs have club equipment to use to get you started. It is hoped that in the future an indoor range will be onsite, so allow more clubs to form and use the facilities at Norman Cross.

Benefits of using organisation

  • Shooting builds confidence, stamina, mental ability, coordination and self discipline
  • Access to qualified Coaches
  • Make new friends, good social sport
  • Learning something new and different
  • Minimal age and disability limitations
  • A sport all the family can join in

Information for unknown users

Equipment can be set up for age or disability. Careers and helpers welcome. Parents or Guardians will need to attend with youngsters.

Level of expertise required

You do not need to have had any previous experience in shooting, we can start you right from scratch.


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