Coronavirus

As part of the NSRAs constant review of COVID Guidance, we have removed the COVID waiver form that was previously part of the suite of documents available to assist clubs.

We suggest that this is no longer used as part of club procedures.

We have been receiving a number of calls from shooters who are concerned about the measures that should be implemented at their Clubs but for whatever reason don’t appear to be enforced consistently.

We would remind Club Officials and Committee Members that they have a duty of care to ensure that before they open their ranges for shooting:

Following the government announcement there has been some confusion as to whether shooting can still continue. After consultation with our colleagues at British Shooting, they have obtained the following explanation of the situation:

Following the announcement by the Prime Minister at 4pm this afternoon, Sport England has issued the update below having liaised with DCMS on the matter throughout the day.

We have sought clarity on what this means for sport and physical activity, and while social gatherings of more than six people will be banned in England from 14 September, the government has confirmed that organised sports and activities that have been through return to play protocols can continue, as can organised outdoor sports and physical activity events such as parkrun, which is due to return next month.

New opening hours

Thursday to Monday from 9am until 3pm

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Please use the following links to access the latest advice from WTSF to help you get ready to reopen. The first relates to Duty of Care

CLICK HERE

and the second specifically for Clubs with indoor facilities

CLICK HERE

Re-opening of Indoor Shooting Clubs and Ranges

Following the release of the Association’s guidance for the reopening of Indoor Shooting Clubs and Ranges, a significant number of clubs have made contact for further guidance in relation to the ventilation of their ranges.  The issue of ventilation is referenced in the some of the Government’s guidance on the reopening of leisure facilities and links have been provided to other Guidance documents.

Press Release 25 July 2020

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Covid-19 has changed the landscape for every business, organisation and charity and as a consequence we have taken the decision the Lord Roberts Centre will remain closed for the foreseeable future. In doing so we take into account the running costs of reopening, the additional cost of making a large, complex building Covid Secure each time it is used and the duty of care we have to our staff. It is also right each employee has been sent a personal communication to this effect in advance of this press release.

As we enter the last few days before reopening we just wanted to  share with you a selection Covid-19 Security Posters that may help you in your final preparations. These can be downloaded and displayed in your Club in strategic positions and to reinforce key messages. They have been produced in conjunction with Public Health England and NHS. Good luck for the rest of the week and we hope you have a successful and safe reopening. Please let us know how things go via social media or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you very much for your refund applications which we are processing as quickly as we can. We are currently working on this year’s Scottish Meeting and would like to thank all of you who have requested entry fees be carried over to next year’s event (26 June – 2 July 2021) and in a number of cases have expressed a wish for entry fees to be converted into a donation to NSRA Charity. This is greatly appreciated and we will continue to keep you posted and as always thank you for your support.

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We are pleased to publish the revised NSRA Guidance Notes to support Clubs and Members as you prepare for reopening on 25 July. The original Guidance Notes published on 1 June 2020 have been updated with additional links to help you locate further information relevant to your particular Club. We hope you find the clear statement concerning insurance cover helpful and is of course based on you following the Guidance originally provided by the Government and now issued by the NSRA.

Yesterday an exciting new fund was launched which may well be of interest to all affiliated Clubs in Wales. We will keep everyone updated with details of any new funding opportunities we discover across the UK

https://www.sport.wales/beactivewalesfund/

Since our closure on 17 March our focus has been on maintaining the daily operation of the NSRA with a skeleton staff, most of whom have been working remotely. We would like to thank those of you who have been waiting for a Competition Entry Refund for your patience and understanding during this time. 

We are pleased to confirm the simple process we are launching today to enable you to apply for a refund which is as follows:

1. When applying please use the email address(es) below that apply to you.

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