Celebrities attend Rugby For Heroes charity shoot

Mike Tindall and Nick Knowles helped to raise thousands of pounds for Gloucester-based charity Rugby for Heroes, at a special event hosted by Ian Coley Shooting.

By James Fyrne  |  Published
The Mark Brown Team celebrate their win with celebrities at the Rugby For Heroes Charity Clay Shoot.

Ian Coley Shooting on the outskirts of Cheltenham was the setting for an action-packed fundraising event on Friday 23 September 2022, as ex-rugby internationals, celebrities and leading business from the region joined together for a day of clay shooting in aid of charity Rugby for Heroes.

Mike Tindall, former England and Gloucester Rugby player, as well as Nick Knowles, best known for fronting popular television show DIY SOS, were amongst those who enjoyed a morning practicing on an array of challenging clays, followed by an afternoon of fun competition then culminating in a thrilling team drive.

As well as raising awareness of the Gloucester-based charity, Rugby for Heroes, which works with the rugby community to raise funds and awareness for military personnel who are making the transition to civilian life, the day raised £7,100 through a a post-lunch auction hosted by Simon Bailey.

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