Photo – Left to right in the gun picture are Ann Stobbart, Lee Tucker, Sue Tucker, Toni Dorking (community fundraiser from Paul Sartori) and Julie Hulbert.


On Saturday 11th August Jeffreyston village held their inaugural “Mackie Tucker Memorial Shoot” at the shooting ground in Jeffreyston. It was a special day as members of the club along with family and friends paid tribute to Malcolm Tucker who lived in Jeffreyston. Malcolm was a very well respected member of the community and an inspirational organiser within the local shooting club. Malcolm sadly lost his battle with cancer last year.

The memorial shoot was organised by his son Lee; in aid of Paul Sartori Hospice at home charity, who had provided the family with a great deal of assistance at a very difficult time. The prize winners on the day generously donated their prize money to the charitable cause and the club itself donated all of the income generated on the day – this all amounted to almost £800. The joint winners of the shoot were Lloyd Morris and Mike Lewis and the ladies trophy was won by Mai Felice, with the junior trophy given to Jack Rees.

A raffle that had been organised by the family of Mr Tucker, was also held in the evening at the Jeffreyston Inn where many wonderful prizes were generously donated by family, friends and local businesses. The First Prize of a Real Madrid Shirt signed by Gareth Bale was donated by Marc Jones a Financial Advisor; the second prize of £100 cash again donated by Marc Jones and the third prize of a magnificent carving of an Owl donated by Daniel Badham. The raffle itself raised just under £2,500.
Lee Tucker said, “The combined event was extremely successful and raised almost £3,300 for the charity to assist with their Hospice at Home service. The “Mackie Tucket Memorial Shoot” was a fitting tribute who was so well-loved and respected in the community of Jeffreyston and beyond.”
The Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Service provides a range of services to Pembrokeshire people living in the final stages of a life limiting illness, including home nursing care, equipment loan, complementary therapy, bereavement and counselling support, clinical nurse specialist in palliative care, physiotherapy, advance care planning and training.

The services provided by the Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Service enable people in the later stages of any life limiting illness to be cared for and to die at home with dignity, independence, pain free and surrounded by those they hold most dear if that is their wish.

Services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, thanks to the kind generosity of the Pembrokeshire Community.

Further information on the charity and its services can be obtained by visiting their website, or by phoning 01437 763223.