Set amidst 40 acres of woodland on the stunning West Wycombe Estate, Buckinghamshire, the shooting ground – having won a number of prestigious accolades over the years – comprises over 120 clay shooting stands and 6 clay shooting disciplines offering varied and extensive practice and tuition opportunities. Our layouts include three high towers, skeet, multisport, and purpose-built grouse butts. Their days typically take place on the stunning 5,000 acres West Wycombe Estate in Buckinghamshire. The seat of the Dashwood family for over 300 years, the estate has long been regarded as one of the most popular and successful game shoots in the UK, being identified amongst The Field Magazine’s top 50 shoots on many occasions. The Estate lends itself perfectly to simulated game shooting due to its steep, wooded valleys and high hedges. West Wycombe is also home to a fine-driven pheasant and partridge shoot and we endeavor to keep our simulated drives as close to the real thing as possible. Our targets are varied, challenging and mimic the traits of live quarry as accurately as possible.
09.00 The shoot party meet at E. J. Churchill Shooting Ground in Park Lane, whereby breakfast is served along with tea & coffee
09.45 An E. J. Churchill host will give guests a briefing on the day, before leading guests to The Estate to the first simulated Game drives
10.00 Shooting commences over the first three drives
12.00 Elevenses is served in the Temple of the Winds on the West Wycombe Estate
12.30 Shooting recommences for the final two drives
14.00 Guests return to the E. J. Churchill Shooting Ground Shooting ground for a two course lunch
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 required however, this can be organised within the group chat before the event.
Smart/ casual, we like to promote the traditional shooting attire on our days however tweed is not essential. Depending on the weather this can be decided in the group chat before the event.
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