“A memorable Shooting Day experience”


Our country sport and shooting photo gallery

Roe deer are native to Britain
Gundogs participate in a Shoot Day
rural countryside in the Home Counties
bluebells in Spring in the British woodland
fallow deer numbers are increasing in the UK and must be managed to protect crops
Muntjac deer breed all year round and orginate from China
wood pigeons are a wild bird living in the countryside but can also be seen in urban areas
wood pigeons are the UK's largest pigeons
Fallow deer were brought to Britain during Roman times
British woodland and countryside
Chinese water deer are small animals with a life span of around six years
pigeons can be agricultural pests and must be managed carefully


Further information about deer can be found on The British Deer Society’s web site.

To book a Shoot Day, get in touch with us.