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National Shooting Centre, Bisley National Shooting Centre, Bisley
The development of world class facilities for the Commonwealth Games and future major events is not restricted to Manchester. The National Shooting Centre at Bisley in Surrey will host the full programme of shooting events for the Commonwealth Games and will provide a satellite village for the athletes and officials associated with these events. With 6m funding from Sport England, Bisley is already regarded as a major focal point for the sport of shooting, both nationally and internationally, and the significant investment in new facilities, facilitated by the Commonwealth Games, will provide the only facility in the world capable of holding all Olympic and full bore disciplines on one site.

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National Shooting Centre, Bisley
Street address:

Bisley National Shooting Centre
Bisley Camp
Surrey GU24 0PB

Box office phone number:

0870 162 2002

Public transportation

Nearest railway station:

Brookwood is the nearest station although Woking has more frequent trains

Bus routes:

To be confirmed

Driving directions:

Leave the M3 motorway at junction 3 (Bagshot/Woking) follow the A322 towards Woking/Guildford; bypass the village of Lightwater and pass though the village of West End; enter Bisley village with the Green on the left; after 400 metresturn right into Queens Road (signposted to NRA ranges and National Shooting Centre)

Box office location

The event is non-ticketed

Catering outlet payment methods

Cash only

Merchandise outlet payment methods

Cash, American Express, Mastercard, Visa, most debit cards such as Switch or Delta, personal cheques with guarantee card.

Venue hours

Saturday 27 July: opens 08.00 hours; closes 14.00 hours

Sunday 28 July: opens 08.00 hours; closes 14.30 hours

Monday 29 July: opens 07.30 hours; closes 15.00 hours

Tuesday 30 July: opens 07.30 hours; closes 15.00 hours

Wednesday 31 July: 07.30 hours; closes 17.00 hours

Thursday 1 August: 08.00 hours; closes 17.00 hours

Friday 2 August: opens 07.30 hours; closes 17.30 hours

Saturday 3 August: 07.30 hours; closes 18.30 hours

Venue features

Food and drink are available from concessions. A bar is available


On site parking is available with cost to be confirmed

General venue rules

  • No glass bottles or cans may be brought into the venue

  • No alcoholic beverages may be brought into the venue although they may be purchased from the bar within the venue

  • Smoking is permitted only in designated areas

Services for disabled spectators

  • Wheelchair spaces (each available with one accompanying companion seat) are priced in the lowest price band

  • Guide dogs are permitted in all areas

  • Disabled patrons may enter through the main entrance to the venue

  • There are no steps to climb before entering the venue

  • There are no steps to climb after entering the venue

  • There are accessible toilets

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