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 Summer League 2016 Results

2016 Summer League results attached, together with the Cambridgeshire Teams cup winners.
Please copy and post on your club notice board.

CTSA Winter 2015/16 League Results

Attached (1) are the results of the Winter 2015/16 Leagues.
Please download and copy for your club members.
Cambridgeshire trophy winners for this league are shown in attachment (2).

The CTSA has unfortunately just lost the funding from Sport England’s Inspired Facilities Fund.

The Cambridgeshire Target Shooting Association was to receive £82,000 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.

Due to the Community Infrastructure Levy that is charged by Councils on all new buildings and extensions over 100sqm; this has meant a figure of around £110k for the CTSA to find. There are no funds available to help with this, the only way to zero rate it is to become a Charity.

Result of the CTSA Tribunal Hearing for Charity Status

CTSA’s Application for Registration as a Charity

As many know, we applied to the Charity Commission some time ago to register CTSA as a charity. The Commission declined our application, saying that target shooting does not fall within the legal definition of sport for charity law purposes in their view. We took expert legal advice about challenging that decision and were told we had a strong case to do so, thus we appealed to the Charity Tribunal.

CTSA affiliation and Individual membership to use Norman Cross ranges is due 1st Jan 2017

On the 1st Jan 2017, 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:



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