The Prince’s Trust Scotland 2010 annual Clay Pigeon Shoot was held at Auchterhouse Country Sports on Sunday 15th August in its self is a special event however this year it celebrated its 10th anniversary and was an outstanding success yet again, raising an unbelievable £157,000 for the Prince’s charity
Whilst the thirty six teams competing for top honours in the eleven shooting categories blasted off ,Mcintyres hair salons ‘Style School’ educated on best hair grooming tips demonstrating the latest and most popular hair techniques with an emphasis on the morrocon oil and Mcintyres ‘Permanent Blow Dry’ in Addition Zoe Linton and The Green Room added beauty and skincare advice
Chairman of the Prince’s Trust Scotland is charismatic entrepreneur Gerald Eadie of CRSmith who’s dynamic approach ensured a succerssful outcome. He paid tribute to the event’s origins back in 2001 made possible by Grant Yorke ,The Christie family of Auchterhouse and Compass. He also wished Willie Allen the resident and inimatable MC well and back to good health for next year. The live auction this year was compered by BBC presenter Fred MacAulay
With an Audi A3 1.2T as the raffle prize and some incredible sponsors and ‘money cant buy’ donated gifts the event was worthy of its 10th anniversary
The first Auchterhouse shoot took place in 2001,organised in only six weeks raising £60,000. It has grown year on year with support from Gerard Eadie and Fay Bancewicz of C.R Smith Glazing firm. This year they raised £157,000 which has taken the total rasied to date over £1.5 million.
The Prince’s Trust Scotland has helped 68,000 Scottish young people, offering practical and financial support.
The Trust exists to help young people overcome the obstacles they face and get their lives back on track