The Yearsley Shoot is situated in a picturesque part of North Yorkshire with some breathtaking scenery. We are very fortunate to have a mixture of steep hills, woodland, thick hedges, and grassland; allowing us to offer a wide variety of drives. We aim to replicate the experience and excitement of a real game shoot, with delicious food and drink provided throughout the day. The day is a family affair and we pride ourselves on our hospitality and ensuring everyone has a fun and enjoyable day. The day will be hosted by Ed, while his father will oversee the trapping team and his mother will be busy cooking up some delectable treats for elevenses and lunch.
Please note: This event is for license holders only.
9:45am – 10:00am: Meet at Manor House Farm for a bacon sandwich and a cup of tea or coffee.
10:30am – 12:30pm: Following a safety briefing, we will go on to shoot our first drives.
12:30pm: Elevenses are served in the field where the guns are able to enjoy our stunning views.
1:15pm – 2:45pm: Two more drives take place after elevenses.
3:00pm: Return to Manor House Farm for a late 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. This event is for license holders only.
Guns are transported around the shoot in our comfortable gun bus. However, for larger parties, one 4×4 may be required.
A bacon sandwich and tea & coffee are provided on arrival. After each drive, there will be time for a drink; both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are provided throughout the day.
At elevenses, we serve homemade nibbles such as sausage rolls, honey, and mustard cocktail sausages, brownies, and flapjack. Bubbles and sloe gin will also be provided.
For lunch, we will have a BBQ with an array of different salads.
Smart/ casual but most importantly, comfortable and practical. Depending on the weather this can be decided in the group chat before the event.