Residential Land were pleased to be invited back to the Royal Berkshire Shooting School by the Peter Jones Foundation to take part in the sixth annual Enterprise Shoot Challenge held on Wednesday 4th July 2012.
The event raises money for the Peter Jones Foundation which was set-up in 2005 to provide support to disadvantaged youngsters with training and education in the realm of enterprise.
4 teams took part in the Clay Pigeon shooting competition, with Foundation sponsors and supporters including Timberland, The Playboy Club, Barclays Bank. Peterand the other three Dragons Theo Paphitis, Deborah Meaden and Duncan Bannatyne amongst them. Residential Land were pleased to come fourth.
Following lunch, a charity auction was held with guests bidding on various lots including a luxury Italian getaway for 4 people, Tim Henman’s signed tennis racket, 10 tickets to the Goodwood Revival and dinner with the stars of Dragons Den.
Residential Land purchased eight luxury tweed shooting outfits and a complete home technology audit.
The day was an incredible success, helping to raise over £200,000 for the foundation. To read more about the Peter Jones Foundation and their inspirational work, visit: www.peterjones.tv