12th Oct 2014 NEFTA Winter League RD1 Thorn Dell

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  1. Yorkshiretea

    Yorkshiretea B Grade Bandit

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    12th Oct 2014 NEFTA Winter League RD1 Thorn Dell
     
  2. Yorkshiretea

    Yorkshiretea B Grade Bandit

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    DL17 9AR

    From the north - take Junction 61 off the A1.
    Head as if you are going into Durham services (A688) but bypass the services and continue down the road until you come to a roundabout.

    At the roundabout turn left (A177) and follow the road until you come to a mini roundabout (you can only turn right here). Follow the road for a few miles until you come to a staggered junction signposted Bishop Middleham. Turn right and follow the road for a mile or so until you see a quarry turning on your right. A few hundred yards further you will enter Bishop Middleham. As you see the stone sign saying Bishop Middleham, turn left over a large patch of concrete (look for decrepit brick-built domestic garage on right). Follow the track straight on all the way to the club.

    Enter the grass field at the bottom. Come in through the gate. Please close it behind you. Follow the fence down to the next gate and you will see the shooting hut.

    From the south - take Junction 60 off the A1.
    Go round the roundabout and head towards Sedgefield (A689). Follow this road all the way until you come to a roundabout. Turn left here onto the (A177) and follow the road until you come to the staggered junction signposted Bishop Middleham. Turn left here and follow the road for a mile or so until you see a quarry turning on your right. A few hundred yards further you will enter Bishop Middleham. As you see the stone sign saying Bishop Middleham, turn left over a large patch of concrete (look for decrepit brick-built domestic garage on right). Follow the track straight on all the way to the club.

    Enter the grass field at the bottom. Come in through the gate. Please close it behind you. Follow the fence down to the next gate and you will see the shooting hut.

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  3. Lavant_Lad

    Lavant_Lad Old Git.

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    Thorn Dell = Death Bell.

    Lets make this a good one, as it could be the last ever shoot at the Dell, the land has changed ownership, so after the Comp we have clear everything away and vacate the range for 6 weeks.
    We hope to return early December, but we are not entirely convinced.
    See you all on Sunday.:shot::lev
     
  4. johnharper

    johnharper Member

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    unfortunately the above is true but i'm sure there is a future for the club of Thorn Dell Ftc
    even if we have to move elswhere so don't give up on this club just yet
    john ;););)
     
  5. gavin hopps

    gavin hopps GP 2015 C GRADE CHAMP

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    The dell will never die. It gets to deep in your blood.
    Heads up lads
     
  6. NJR 100

    NJR 100 Because I`m AWESIME !!

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    Are full results up?
     
  7. Yorkshiretea

    Yorkshiretea B Grade Bandit

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    Not yet, Bri is running late.
     
  8. NJR 100

    NJR 100 Because I`m AWESIME !!

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    No worries, just checking they were not elsewhere.
     

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