Lockdown restrictions have started to be lifted, including the reintroduction of the “rule of 6”, meaning outdoor shooting activities will be allowed for groups of up to six people. Social distancing guidelines remain in place, which means you will still need to adhere to these when abiding by the rule of six.
Outdoor sports facilities have been advised they are allowed to reopen, which includes outdoor shooting venues. Again, you must abide by the rule of six when visiting these venues and you must socially distance.
Organised outdoor sports are permitted under the lifting of restrictions. In these formally organised cases the gathering limits will not apply, but must comply with Covid guidance issued by the Government.
The Stay-at-Home order was lifted on the 29th March, but the public are still urged to be cautious, minimising the distances they travel. Staying overnight at another household is still not permitted at this point. Following these rules will help to prevent overwhelming the NHS and to save lives until the vaccine rollout is complete and we can get back to some sense or normality.
The information above refers to the United Kingdom only. For the full list of restrictions throughout Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, please see: