The Tilhill Forestry team took part in the Timber Trades Benevolent Society fundraising clay pigeon shooting competition at Clauny Clays in Kirkcaldy and came out the winning team.
Tilhill Forestry also won back in 2017 but lost the winning spot to Scottish Woodlands in 2018. Winning the 2019 competition means Tilhill Forestry get to sponsor the event next year.
The Tilhill Forestry team taking part was Wildlife Manager Kenny Wright, Assistant Wildlife Manager Amy Lucas, Senior Forest Manager’s Andy Dunsmuir and William Burfitt.
Andy Dunsmuir was ‘high gun’ which meant he had the highest individual score (29 out of 30).
Senior Forest Manager William Burfitt said: “With us winning the event Tilhill Forestry get to sponsor it next year, it is a great day and for a worthy cause.”
Timber Trades Benevolent Society Founded in 1897 the Society has changed with the times over the intervening years but still endeavours to provide assistance to those past and present members of the timber trade in need.