EFTA WFTC 2019 England FAQ thread

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    EFTA England Field Target Association Staff Member

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    As there's bound to be several questions being asked we have put this thread in place so people can refer to commonly asked questions and answers.

    Has a venue been selected?

    Yes. The venue will be the Heart of England in the Midlands.

    The Heart of England Conference & Events Centre, Warwickshire

    Has a date been selected?

    Yes. The event will run from 7th-11th August 2019

    What will it cost?


    £155 per competitor with entry for the competitor to the closing meal included.

    £100 per team

    Additional costs for opening ceremony, addition closing ceremony and sundries will be announced soon

    Will there be one or two sessions?

    There will be two sessions, day 1 & 2 will swap AM & PM, day 3 will be seeded.

    How will the sessions be divided?

    That will be done by your RGB. Countries with more than 3 competitors will be asked to split their shooters across the session.

    How many places will there be?

    450

    Is there camping on site?

    Yes, there is camping available on site at a quote £30 per night including electricity. Please contact the venue to arrange.

    Are dogs allowed?

    Yes, as long as dogs remain on a lead and cleaned up after they are welcome.
     
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    EFTA England Field Target Association Staff Member

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    Please find below a document outlining the size of the competition, how booking in will run and a schedule for that system. The entire committee has been working hard on this system for quite some time to ensure that its as fair and open as possible to as many competitors as possible.

    With 450 competitors we're hoping to make history with the largest airgun competition in the world which is befitting the return of the sport to it's home.
     

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