Our home shoot is located in East Shropshire, a short distance from the large hill known as The Wrekin.
The shoot is principally known for its partridges and aims to replicate the glory days of driven partridge shooting; small fields and high hedges with coveys bursting across the line testing the confidence and ability of guns.
From 2018 we will be increasing the emphasis on Grey Partridges now that we have once again managed to source native stock. There will be an increase in the numbers of Grey coveys on the ground and a reduction in pheasant numbers. Redlegs will remain the mainstay of the sport.
We offer driven partridge shooting from September with pheasants from late October. Bags are available in the region of 100-150 birds with some smaller days in January.
Guns meet for coffee in the farmhouse, elevenses are taken in the field with Berry Gins and canapes. Lunch is a short drive to The Pheasant in Admaston. The day ends with tea back at the farmhouse.