Harriet Bramwell started shooting at Sedbergh school when she became a cadet at the age of 13. She absolute loved it from day one, and continued shooting at Shrewsbury School when she was in sixth form, so she’s lucky enough to be on a team with both her school coaches, David Nuthall and Tom Rylands. Her first tour was with the UKCRT to Jersey in 2016, followed by competing for the GB U19 Rifle Team in South Africa when she was only 16. Having captained the Athelings in 2017, she’s looking forward to going back to Canada, and can’t believe that this time it’s with the England team.
Harriet lives in the Lake District and has two brothers, George and Arthur, who are also often seen shooting at Bisley. She has just finished a year out before university which has involved travel, volunteering and forklift truck driving. She starts Bristol University in September to study medicine which she is looking forward to but currently is enjoying the break from exams!