Preliminary survey resultsPreliminary results are now available

It is little over a week since our first survey in the NSRA Organisational Change process went live. In that time more than 3250 of you have responded and we would like to thank everybody for this amazing effort. The same goes for the number of people you have shared the survey and with a closing date of 31 August fast approaching we would like to ask everybody for one last push. So if you haven’t already taken the survey please find less than 15 minutes today to do so. If you haven’t shared it with anyone yet then we will be enormously grateful for you to pass on amongst your shooting friends and club members. Even if you have done so then please share this post again in case anybody missed it first time around. Don’t forget there is a chance to win one of three prizes, each worth £100.00 of NSRA vouchers, for taking the survey and a grand prize of a Peli/Storm case of your choice worth up to £500.00 if you participate in every stage of the process.

Click Here to take the survey

When we launched the survey we said we wanted the whole exercise to be transparent, from sharing the results with you to involving as many Shooters as possible in further discussions about how the NSRA needs to change to make us a modern, fit for purpose National Governing Body. So we are pleased at this early stage to publish just a few of the initial results the survey has revealed. These include:

  • the length of time people have been shooting/age range, underlining the lifelong nature of our sport
  • the almost even split of NSRA Members and Shooters never associated with the NSRA who have responded
  • the breakdown of responses based on shooting discipline

So we hope you find the information interesting with much more to come. Your overwhelming response deserves prompt and comprehensive feedback and that is exactly what we shall be doing. So to summarise….

WELL DONE. THANK YOU, PLEASE TAKE THE SURVEY AND KEEP SHARING