CHARITY: Sunseeker London are proud to have supported PAH at the ‘Shoot out Breast Cancer’ Clay Pigeon Shooting event

Sunseeker London , Mayer Brown International LLP and MTU UK were delighted to support the Epping Breast Unit Charity at the recent ‘Shoot out Breast Cancer’ Clay Pigeon Shooting event held at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School.

Sunseeker London are proud supporters of PAH Breast Cancer Trials

One hundred and thirty guests were treated to the upmost level of hospitality by Dylan and his team at the RBSS. Each competitor enjoyed a full day of Clay shooting in the beautiful surroundings of West Berkshire.

The teams walking out to the shooting area at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School

Brand partner Browning was on hand and brought a selection of their finest guns for guests to shoot with. For a charitable donation, guests who trialed Browning guns were awarded double the points for that station.

Bentley Berkshire were also delighted to support this worthwhile cause

Bentley Berkshire were also delighted to support this worthwhile cause and were in attendance with a selection of models including both the Petrol and Diesel Bentayga and a GTC convertible. The display included a newly launched Aston Martin DB11, a truly spectacular Supercar.

The entire day raised an incredible £50,000 for the Epping Breast Unit. There was a superb selection of auction items, including dinner for 12 guests cooked by Chef Anton Edelmann fetching a staggering £8000. Anton boasts cooking for the Queen Mother, the Queen, Princess Diana and President Clinton. Further auction prizes were the loan of a Bentley Bentayga for the Weekend raising £1,200 and 3 stunning metal sculptures by Flora Murchie Sculptures fetching a combined amount of £4,550.

Sales Broker, Alex Head about to shoot clays

There was also a prize giving with Top Guns awarded to team Fenton Holdings, as well as an ever popular ‘Clay Conservation Prize’ for those who may need a little more practice for next year.

For more information on the worthwhile work that the Epping Breast Unit charity carries out, please contact the charity team on 01279 827857. The charity raises funds to raise awareness, support and research for patients affected by breast cancer under the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust. Fundraising has enabled the charity to conduct over forty clinical trials, as well as run a moving forward course and an exercise programme to patients.

Team briefing before the shoot

Clinical Lead for breast surgery, Mr Ashraf Patel, says “Every year I am truly overwhelmed by the support and kindness witnessed at the Royal Berkshire Shooting Day. I’d like to express my thanks to everybody who supported the Shoot, and continues to support the charity, together we achieving so much for breast cancer patients”.

Sunseeker London Managing Director David Lewis, enjoying lunch after the shoot

Victora Gerlis, Charity Corporate Relations Lead, added “What was wonderful about the day, was not only did it raise an incredible amount for the charity, but every single guest that attended had a fantastic time.  It was hard doing the speech due to the emotions felt but it is important for guests to know how the funds raised are spent. From the bottom of my heart I really do thank each and every person that was involved in the day; together we are stronger”.

We are already looking forward to next years event!

Next year’s shoot is confirmed for the Friday 11th May 2018. If you’d like to be involved in this fantastic event, please contact Victoria Gerlis on victoria.gerlis@pah.nhs.uk

Sunseeker London | 34-36 Davies Street | Mayfair | London | W1K 4NF | +44 (0) 207 355 0980 | events@sunseekerlondon.com | www.sunseekerlondon.com

 

 

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