Shrivenham is a village and civil parish in the Vale of White Horse, Oxfordshire, about 5 miles (8 km) southwest of Faringdon.
Our phone line is open for new members to make enquiries about joining alternatively complete the contact form - HERE
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Shrivenham Smallbore Club is an amalgamation of clubs that have lost their ranges
Swindon - British Rail,
and Lands Lambert
it stands for The National Small-Bore Rifle Association
By joining our humble club you will become a member of this very well established British Assosiation
The NSRA regards its foundation as being in 1901, although it was known as the Society of Working Men’s Rifle Clubs from 1901 to 1903, and the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs from 1903 to 1947. A summary of this history appears in the NSRA web site, together with information about the challenge trophies held by the NSRA and the memorabilia sold or awarded over the period of its existence.
We are old and young, the experienced members guiding youngsters on their path of enjoyment and potential success, for those that have the ability in competion there are Olympic opportunities...
Shrivenham SmallBore Club is a humble club serving the local community offering an opportunity to participate in a National and Olympic Sport
We are in the heart of Shrivenham but because of security we can't advertise our location, we are open to ALL that wish to Shoot a Smallbore Rifle or Pistol on a range, you aren't required to compete but just to enjoy our sport - Air Rifle or Pistol target disciplines are also undertaken over 6m/10m/20m and 25yrd
The Club Location is only known by Officials and Club members because of security