Welcome to the Cambridgeshire Target Shooting main website. If you are not currently into target sports and are interested to learn more, just click the New to Shooting link above.

Target shooting is an Olympic sport and the CTSA is committed to developing this exciting and rewarding sport in Cambridgeshire. We actively promote the safe and responsible use of all target shooting equipment.

Leagues: Our .22 rimfire short and long range leagues are self-scoring leagues, run on-line and you can visit that site by following the link along the top of this site. Any smallbore club across the United Kingdom is very welcome to join our leagues by creating an account on that site. We hope to integrate the leagues' website and this one into one site in time.

This site is intended as a means of providing the shooting community with a forum to discuss shooting subjects, upload competition results, photos and reports, advertise their shooting events and much more.

CTSA Appeal for donations to help them go to the Charity Commission Tribunal for Charity Status

Cambridgeshire Target Shooting Association – charity application denied but have been advised to go to the appeal tribunal.

The CTSA applied for charity status at the beginning of 2014 as the only means of avoiding a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) of £85,000 imposed by Huntingdonshire DC on the 50m indoor rifle range we are attempting to build in Cambridgeshire. We have planning permission and funding of £222,000 towards the project but funding the CIL is currently beyond us.

The CTSA has secured Olympic legacy funding from Sport England’s Inspired Facilities Fund.

The Cambridgeshire Target Shooting Association will receive £50,000 of National Lottery funding to help fund the building of a new indoor rifle range and training centre for target shooting to be built at Norman Cross.

Please see the press release attached.
Inspired Facility Funding

CTSA affiliation and Individaul membership to use Norman Cross ranges is due 1st Jan 2015

On the 1st Jan 2015, the CTSA affiliation for Clubs becomes due, along with membership to use the Norman Cross ranges.

Application forms for both are attached.

CTSA now on Social Media!

The CTSA is now on Facebook and Twitter! Please follow the links:



Cambs May Box Shoots for 3P and Prone 16th/17th May 2015

The Cambs May Box Shoot will take place on the Norman Cross 50mtr range on 16th/17th May 2015.

16th May will be 3P, with a prone detail for those who can't make the 17th.
17th May will be an English Match.
Both days will be using Gehmann Style Target Changers.

Cambs County Championships and Open meeting 7th June 2015

The Cambs County Championships and open meeting will be held on the Norman Cross ranges on the 7th June 2015.

This competition will be a Double Dewar, plus team comps, Time Limit comp and disc breaking to finish the day.

Entry form attached.

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