A host of stars including Holly Willoughby, Peter Jones, Frank and Christine Lampard, Leigh Francis and Tej Lalvani were on hand to support TV presenter Phillip Schofield as he hosted a Clay Pigeon Shoot on Friday, raising £120,000 for the Peter Jones Foundation and Shooting Star Chase children’s hospice.
Phillip Schofield, who has been a Patron of the leading children’s hospice charity for over 15 years, hosted the event with his wife Stephanie, and together they welcomed 100 guests to the Royal Berkshire Shooting School, one of the UK’s premiere shooting schools.
After enjoying a morning shooting session and ‘beat the pro’ competition, guests were treated to a three-course meal, before battling against each other for auction lots to raise money for the two charities. Auctions highlights included an exclusive visit to the set of ‘This Morning’, the chance to cook alongside Gino D’Acampo during an actual dinner service at his restaurant and a week in a five-star ski chalet in Chamonix.
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