HC Deb 19 June 1900 vol 84 cc438-9
MR. F. W. WILSON (Norfolk, Mid)

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for War, having regard to the fact that a number of Volunteers from Norfolk and other places will shortly assemble at Colchester Camp for musketry training, and that the rifle range there, which has cost the country £40,000, is still unopened, whether he can give an assurance that it will be open in time for the reception of the Volunteers.


The range will be opened at once, as the difficulties with the neighbouring owners have just been settled, and it will be ready for the Volunteers when they go into camp.