Set in the stunning Cotswold countryside the shoot lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty on the western edge of the Cotswolds. Painswick manor has some amazing valleys with tall hedges and high banks in which to show some very testing clays to all abilities, simulating high-driven pheasant and partridge from all angles, speeds, and heights. There are 4 drives with approx 2000 clays per drive being thrown over our teams.
9.00 – Bacon rolls on arrival
9.50 – Safety briefing followed by the drawing of pegs
10.00 – Head out for 2 drives.
Elevenses in the field
12.00- 3rd drive
12.45 – lunch
13.45 -4th drive – Return for tea and cake
No plastic wad on any of our CGUK shoots, please.
If you do not have access to cartridges that isn’t a problem at all. Cartridges can be provided for you by our team, please make sure you let us know beforehand as this will be an additional cost.
Is available but please let us know on booking if this is required as it may be an additional charge.
4x4s are required however, this can be organised within the group chat before the event.
The format of the day is coffee and bacon rolls on arrival followed by drawing pegs. Two exciting drives before stopping for elevenses. We then do another drive before returning to the Farm for a sit down lunch. We have one more testing drive in the afternoon before returning to the farm for tea and homemade cakes.
Smart/ casual but most importantly, comfortable and practical. Depending on the weather this can be decided in the group chat before the event.