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Light Blues Events Start with a Bang


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The 3rd of June saw the Durham Light Blues start their social events with a bang.


Almost 60 Light Blues, from between the Tees and the Tyne, along with members of other Provinces, who both work, and also visit Lodges, within the Province of Durham, congregated in Wingate, to try their hand at Clay Pigeon Shooting.  Their experience with shooting ranged from well-seasoned, to having never held a firearm before, but all had a brilliant time.


Allowing shotgun barrels to cool down, they departed the shooting ground, with zeal, towards a welcome, warming curry. This provided all in attendance with the opportunity to socialise further, without the need of hearing protection!


Several of the group enjoyed the event so much, that they are now looking to pursue the interest further.


Pictures from the day have been uploaded to Flickr, click here to open the album.



The DLB would like to thank Dave Martin organising the event, and also for his hard work on the night.

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