Round Table group gets to grips with airsofting
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An activity break was right on target for the men of St Neots Round Table.
The group took guests, members and prospective members to High Harthay Farm in Huntingdon for a game of Airsofting.
Similar to paintballing, Airsofting uses BB gun type weapons instead of paintballs and the men certainly got their money’s worth.
Vice chairman Josh Clark said: “It’s not something you would ever find yourself doing on a week night normally. This is what Round Table gives you, the opportunity to do something completely different and to have a lot of fun with friends while doing it”. Although they started against each other, it wasn’t long before the men joined together to take on the instructors in a valiant effort.
Round Table began in the UK in 1927 and is the world’s largest male only member organisation, with associations in more than 50 countries.
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It is open to men aged 18-45.
The St Neots group has opened up five places this year and there are still some available.
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Anyone who would like to get involved can contact them on Facebook by searching St Neots Round Table or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org