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1103, 2018

Olivia Jayne Tullett

By |March 11th, 2018|0 Comments

I first met fashion designer Olivia Jayne Tullett (28) at Hepworth Hall, where I was working at the 2016 Essex Masters and she’d come along for the day to show me some of her handmade clothing and accessories. The items she’d brought along were gorgeous.

A totally different style to what I had become used […]

503, 2018

Countryfile’s Anita Rani

By |March 5th, 2018|0 Comments

As lovers of the Great British countryside, here at Femmes Fatales we’re big fans of BBC’s Countryfile and tune in every Sunday evening to watch – So naturally we were thrilled when the Countryfile team approached us about filming one of our clay shooting events.

We met with presenter Anita Rani, who had never shot before, […]

711, 2017

Shewolf Socks: Back in Stock!

By |November 7th, 2017|0 Comments

Our gorgeous Shewolf Socks are coming back in time for Autumn and Winter and we are taking orders now!

Ochre

 

Not only do we have our classic Femmes Fatales ‘Ochre’ Merino Wool blend socks, but we asked our friends at the House of Cheviot to extend the range – and they kindly offered […]

1610, 2017

Funds Raised for Sands Charity

By |October 16th, 2017|0 Comments

Last week was Baby Loss Awareness Week so the girls at our Devon shoot hosted by Wendy Spackman chose Sands as the recipient of the funds they raised in a charity raffle.

Sands is the UK stillbirth and neonatal death charity. They support anyone affected by the death of a baby and they promote research to […]

109, 2017

How It Works: Shotgun Cartridges

By |September 1st, 2017|0 Comments

A shotgun cartridge is made up of five components; primer, case, propellant powder, wad, and shot.

The case, usually made of plastic, but traditionally made of paper, houses all of the components and is crimped at the end to contain them. Twelve gauge cartridges come in an array of colours, whilst twenty gauge cartridges are always […]

109, 2017

Caesar Guerini Syren – A Review

By |September 1st, 2017|0 Comments

We had the pleasure of meeting Reading University student Megane Scott (23) at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School where she had joined us for the day to shoot the Femmes Fatales Cup, an event to celebrated the third anniversary of the launch of Femmes Fatales. The immaculate venue is Megane’s local shooting ground and she normally uses […]

2208, 2017

Kit Bag Gadgets from Greenio

By |August 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Kit Bag Recommendations from FF Sponsor, Greenio…

Shooting, in all its forms, is only half about the ‘bang’ – the rest of the attraction is about getting out in the open air, and enjoying the countryside with friends. The Femme Fatales are all about the outdoor lifestyle and preserving our natural surroundings, but when you think of […]

1708, 2017

Summer Competition Scores

By |August 17th, 2017|0 Comments

The Femmes Fatales Summer Competition took place at Orston Shooting Ground in Nottinghamshire on Saturday 12th August.

Here are the scores on the doors…

Huge congratulations to Summer Competition Champion Chloe Thornton from Lancashire on an incredible score of 92/100. Chloe won a fabulous prize bundle including a Peg on a Partridge Day at Swinithwaite in Yorkshire, […]

1708, 2017

Funds Raised for MacMillan

By |August 17th, 2017|0 Comments

We are absolutely delighted to announce that thanks to the hard work of Chiara King, who organised the Summer Competition, and to the generosity of all of the kind event sponsors, the Femmes Fatales raised £1560.00 for MacMillan Cancer Support.

A total of £1060.00 was raised on the day, but an application […]

3006, 2017

The Field’s ‘Awfully Hard’ Shoot

By |June 30th, 2017|0 Comments

The Field’s Awfully Hard Shoot at E.J Churchill
Well here I am sat in my office in Derby putting together this blog about my fantastic day at E.J  Churchill on 21st June it was 34 degrees! Just one week later it’s pretty damn cold and very wet outside typical English weather you might say!

Femmes Fatales were […]