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Staffordshire County Smallbore Rifle Range Facilities at Baldwin's Gate

Page last updated on 28 May, 2018 12:00 PM

'The Chipperfield Ranges'

Photograph gives a panoramic view of The Chipperfield Ranges, Redhill, Maer, Baldwin's Gate, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5EA.

The above photograph gives a panoramic view of The Chipperfield Ranges, Baldwin's Gate, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5EA.

 

Range Standing Orders And Code Of Conduct

All users of the The Chipperfield Ranges, Baldwin's Gate, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5EA, must be aware of and comply with the information contained within the Range Standing Orders and Code of Conduct.

 

Link to details of Range Fees 2018/2019.

 

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Location Of The Chipperfield Ranges

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Wheelchair/Accessible Ramp Outside The Clubhouse

Recently, there have been some significant improvements to the Chipperfield Ranges complex, primarily regarding the Access Ramp outside the Clubhouse.

Now in situ at the end of the clubhouse is a wheelchair/accessible ramp, which enables wheelchair users, and those with general mobility difficulties, easier access into the clubhouse.

The two photographs below, shown the positioning of the ramp at the left hand side of the clubhouse, bridging the steps at the side, thus allowing easier access to the clubhouse.

Picture shows the wheelchair accessible ramp adjoining the Chipperfield Ranges Clubhouse.

Picture shows the wheelchair accessible ramp adjoining the Chipperfield Ranges Clubhouse.

 

Picture shows the wheelchair accessible ramp adjoining the Chipperfield Ranges Clubhouse.

Picture shows the wheelchair accessible ramp adjoining the Chipperfield Ranges Clubhouse.

As you will observe from the photographs above, the ramp is of modular construction, Therefore if it proves to be unsuitable in its present position it can be moved to a more suitable location accordingly.

SSRA hopes that the provision of a much needed feature, will in turn encourage and allow those shooters with mobility problems to actively engage in the sport to a greater extent.

 

The Chipperfield Ranges Complex

Photograph shows the picturesque clubhouse that sits proudly within the Chipperfield Ranges Complex.

The above photograph shows the picturesque clubhouse that sits proudly within the Chipperfield Ranges Complex.

 

Photograph shows the plaque mounted on the clubhouse wall, dedicated to E.J. Chipperfield, to commemorate his efforts in securing the range for the county.

The above photograph shows the plaque mounted on the clubhouse wall, dedicated to E.J. Chipperfield, to commemorate his efforts in securing the range for the County.

 

Photograph shows the plaque mounted on the clubhouse wall, dedicated to R.W. de Nicolas.

The above photograph shows the plaque mounted on the clubhouse wall, dedicated to R.W. de Nicolas.

 

Photograph shows the plaque mounted on the clubhouse wall, dedicated to Fred Jennings, for his dedication to the sport of Smallbore Rifle Shooting.

The above photograph shows the plaque mounted on the clubhouse wall, dedicated to Fred Jennings, for his dedication to the sport of Smallbore Rifle Shooting.

 

Photograph shows the excellent covered 50 metres and 100 yards firing points.

The above photograph shows the excellent covered 50 metres and 100 yards firing points.

 

Photograph shows the toilet block situated next to the clubhouse.

The above photograph shows the toilet block situated next to the clubhouse.

 

Indoor 10 Metres Airgun Range

Pictured in the series of photographs shown below is the newly improved Indoor 10 Metres Airgun Range.

The original Indoor Airgun Range has been extended at both ends.

These extensions give more room inside the range, thus allowing the firing points to be relocated further forward, and also giving an anteroom to the rear - therefore allowing shooters to utilise the anteroom for preparation and storage of equipment prior to, and after, shooting.

As can be seen from the various photographs, the changes have significantly improved the Airgun Range.

 

Photograph gives a panoramic view of The Chipperfield Ranges - featuring the newly extended Airgun Range in the centre.

The above photograph gives a panoramic view of The Chipperfield Ranges - featuring the newly extended Airgun Range in the centre.

 

Photograph shows the dedication plaque fixed to the Airgun Range, in appreciation of The City of Stoke-on-Trent Rifle And Pistol Club's very kind gesture of presenting the Indoor 10 Metres Air Weapons Range to the Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association in January 2014.

The above photograph shows the dedication plaque fixed to the Airgun Range, in appreciation of The City of Stoke-on-Trent Rifle And Pistol Club's very kind gesture of

presenting the Indoor 10 Metres Airgun Range to the Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association in January 2014.

 

Photograph shows the Airgun Range Rearward Extension - the anteroom.

The above photograph shows the Airgun Range Rearward Extension - the anteroom.

 

Photograph shows the Airgun Range Forward Extension.

The above photograph shows the Airgun Range Forward Extension.

 

Photograph shows the Airgun Range interior - from behind the relocated firing points.

The above photograph shows the Airgun Range interior - from behind the relocated firing points.

 

Photograph shows the Airgun Range interior - facing towards the rear of the range, with the door on the left leading to the anteroom.

The above photograph shows the Airgun Range interior - facing towards the rear of the range, with the door on the left leading to the anteroom.

 

Photograph shows the anteroom interior - showing the door leading into the Airgun Range.

The above photograph shows the anteroom interior - showing the door leading into the Airgun Range.

 

Photograph shows an alternative view from inside the anteroom.

The above photograph shows an alternative view from inside the anteroom.

 

Picturesque Views Of The Chipperfield Ranges In Winter

The location of the ranges provide an ideal backdrop for a very pleasant and relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy the sport of shooting.   When the sunshine caresses the emerald-green landscape, it is hard to find a more picture-perfect setting.

Even in the chilly depths of winter, as the glistening white carpet of snow covers the sleeping summer scene, you can still enjoy the serene setting of a magical winter-wonderland, as can be seen from the photographs below.

Snow-covered trees on the Chipperfield Ranges.

Snow-covered trees on the Chipperfield Ranges.

Snow-covered trees on the Chipperfield Ranges.

Snow-covered trees on the Chipperfield Ranges.

 

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