ORGANISATIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Definition.

Organisational membership is cadet unit membership; a cadet unit is defined as:

CCF.

A whole CCF contingent based in a school.

SCC.

An SCC Area containing groups of sea cadets and Royal Marine cadets.

ACF.

An ACF County.

RAFAC.

An RAFAC Wing. All cadets and adults in the above cadet units are automatically considered to be members of CCRS when the unit joins.

Cost and benefits.

The cost of organisational membership is £25 annually. Benefits of organisational membership are:

Benefits

  • Access to the shooting community including experienced coaches and shooters.
  • Able to apply for entry to CCRS competitions.
  • Able to apply for international teams.
  • Able to apply for loan of CCRS rifles; a nominal fee will be requested to assist with rifle maintenance. Storage is included.
  • Use of Derby Lodge and its facilities.

Applications

Those interested should contact adminoffr@ccrs.org.uk