AN outdoor paintball venue's Help for Heroes event hit a fundraising target.

Go Hard or Go Home Airsoft, based at the Outpost Airsoft venue in Moore Lane, Lower Kinnerton, hosted a weekend of 'Autumn Warfare' with proceeds going to Help for Heroes, a charity which provides lifelong support to servicemen and women injured while serving in the British Armed Forces.

There was a range of activities on top of the usual Airsoft Games fare, including a raffle, stalls and a mystery game, while Army personnel showed their support.

Despite less than favourable weather conditions, a total of £1,275 was raised in donations for the charity.

A spokesperson for the event would like to thank Outpost site owner Jonathan Huw Evans for helping out dramatically in every way possible; Dale Williams; photographers Kenny Partington and David Troughton (photographers); Army reserves; Nick Woodhead of Airsoft Imports; Joe Beattie of Airsoft Operators Box Ltd; Shorrock Trichem; Trevor Fudger for the speech and support from Help for Heroes; Romeo Whiskey Concepts and finally the Go Hard or Go Home Airsoft team.

Without all these people this event would not have happened and the fundraiser is lined up to happen again for next August bank holiday weekend 2020.