LaserSport Clay Pigeon Shooting Lasersport clay pigeon shooting is a sport which can be enjoyed by everyone. The players use a modified shotgun to fire an infra-red beam at clays launched from a conventional clay launcher. Whenever a trigger is pulled, the Lasersport control module/scoreboard generates the shotgun ‘bang’ and when a player hits the target it reproduces the sound of a breaking clay. An indicator on the gun instantly tells the player whether he has hit or missed the target, and spectators and players can see the score of each player on the large electronic scoreboard.
Jim H said
I do lots of real shooting but this is great fun indoors or out and literally anyone can safely have a go. Great for parties and get togethers.
Mick Parry - Personal Wellness coach in Bromsgrove, helping you achieve your goals. I was a 39 year old stressed out overweight truck driver, living on paracetamol & ant acids, 15 years on I'm now fitter, leaner & healthier in my 50's than I was in my 30's. if you'd like a chat, or a free, half hour lifestyle check. get in touch either call or text on 07860166427.
Anne S said
Even if you just want to feel better and don't need to lose any weight Mick can still help you with tried and trusted techniques and products that bring great results.
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Great new MOT Testing Station in Bromsgrove offering "while you wait" MOT's with a FREE retest (T's & C's apply).
Charlotte H said
Had my very first MOT with Martin, as a new driver it was rather daunting, however Martins friendly attitude and knowledge of pretty much everything helped make the whole thing a lot easier! Thank you for being so kind and helpful Martin, will definitely be coming back for any future problems my car may have!
Darren Varney Interiors providing expert and professional carpet, upholstery, tiles and stone floor cleaning in Redditch, Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Kidderminster, Worcester, Stourbridge, Birmingham, Solihull and surrounding areas.
Sally A said
Very professional and knowledgeable, excellent value for money.
Charles Winfred Dunn, the previous owner of Stone Manor, bought the hotel from Franco D'anielo in 1984 and since then has developed and extended the country house hotel into the beautiful and imposing property it is today. The Original Stone Manor sat majestically amid the estate grounds for many years, dating back to the Doomsday Book, sadly this magnificent building was destroyed by fire. In 1926, James Culcheth Hill rebuilt Stone Manor as his private dwelling with many of the timber structures being re-sited from the last English "Man-of-War" fighting sail ship, the H.M.S Arethusa, to go in to battle. H.M.S Arethusa was built in 1849 at a cost of £97,000, a sum that would probably equate to around £5,000,000 today. In the late 1960's Stone Manor became a private members club and becoming the first premises to have a swimming pool in the borough brought with it many opportunities. In June 1970 Stone Manor became a Hotel and opened its doors to the public so other could enjoy its gardens, tennis court, swimming pool and restaurant. In the mid 1980's building work began extending the premises in to the magnificent building we see today.
Laura U said
A big thank you to Rob Elliot and the staff at Stone Manor. They treat you like royalty. Very highly recommended.
T: 01905 772088
Tailor Made Sofas are recommended as the best sofa shop in Droitwich. They have a range of fantastic sofas/chairs and recliners that would be perfectly suited in your living room.
Adam P said
Very helpful delivery guys, love the sofa! Looks really good :)
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Susan B said
Beautiful location, very peaceful and conducive to a conference. Quality and range of food was very good. Accommodation clean and functional.