NSRA Aldersley

The NSRA has two main locations: the Association's headquarters in Bisley, Surrey and the NSRA Aldersley facility in the West Midlands.

The Lord Roberts Centre is the home of the National Small Bore Rifle Association, the governing body for all the small bore ( both .22 rim fire and air pistol and rifle) shooting in the UK.

The Lord Roberts Centre also has the largest (in terms of firing points) small bore rifle and pistol ranges in the country supporting a wide range of shooting disciplines.

The following ranges are available to both NSRA member and non members. Non members are most welcome to use our ranges and can pay a £10 day membership fee on top of their range hire.

The NSRA Aldersley facility in the West Midlands is unique in the UK. Alongside an outdoor range for smallbore rifle shooting up to 100 yards there is a purpose-built centre accommodating all levels of indoor shooting with smallbore rifles, airguns & crossbows, from beginners and casual shooters through to the sport's elite competitors.

NSRA Aldersley EntranceLocated at Aldersley Leisure Village, Wolverhampton, it is the home to club shooters, regional, and national squads. Many organisations with links to target shooting regularly use the centre. There is ample parking, including disabled spaces.

The centre is disabled friendly. It has facilities for acoustic/VI shooting and benchrest rifle shooting, and for deaf shooters a "traffic light" system is available that relays range commands visually. All of the indoor ranges and the outdoor firing point are fully accessible for wheelchair users.

Please Note: Due to the uncertainty surrounding the speed at which the country is able to recover from the pandemic, the NSRA has had no option than to cancel the Scottish Rifle Meeting for 2022.

Scottish Meeting in grounds of Thirlstane Castle, LauderThe NSRA Scottish Rifle Meeting has its home in the grounds of Thirlestane Castle, Lauder a small town in the Scottish Borders about 25 miles south-east of Edinburgh. 

The Borders is rich in history, with castles, abbeys, gardens and many other visitor attractions to visit during your holiday based around the rifle meeting.

Information on what to do and where to go when in the area can be found at www.visitscotland.com and www.visitscottishborders.com. The Visit Scotland site also provides details of local accommodation and the means of booking direct with local hotels, guests houses and B&Bs, or you can phone 0845 2255121. Thirlstane Castle also has a caravan and camp site within its grounds.

You can also find out about the area at www.lauder.bordernet.co.uk.

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