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  1. Partridge Shooting Season

    Article written by James Chapel MRICS 27 October 2016

    Up until about twenty years ago those enjoying and able to afford driven game shooting in the United Kingdom followed a fairly set programme of events. In August and possibly early September they were to be found on the grouse Read the Rest…

  2. Accidents on a Grouse Moor – How to avoid them

    Article written by Mark Osborne - FRICS, FAAV, MBAE 27 August 2016

    The grouse season is now well under way, here are some top tips from Mark Osborne on how to remain accident free when shooting grouse.   There seems to have been considerably more shooting accidents on grouse moors in recent Read the Rest…

  3. GROUSE PROSPECTS FOR 2016

    Article written by Mark Osborne - FRICS, FAAV, MBAE 04 August 2016

    It is always difficult before the Season, even this close, to make accurate predictions as to what Grouse prospects are going to be across Moors from the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border right up to Caithness. However, this year is probably harder to Read the Rest…

  4. Wild Boar in the Loire Valley

    Article written by William Powell Sporting 07 December 2015

    Hunting Wild Boar in France The thrill you feel at the approach of a large Boar is completely different to the excitement of a really good windy day on the Grouse or successfully bringing down a left and right of Read the Rest…

  5. Spring time in the Angus Glens

    Article written by William Powell Sporting 06 July 2015

    Our Headkeeper of a prestigious Sporting Estate in the Angus Glens, Scotland, has been very busy preparing for the Grouse season… Unfortunately the wader chicks have not done so well this Spring due to the colder temperatures and as a Read the Rest…

  6. The Claydon Estate, Buckinghamshire

    Article written by William Powell Sporting 06 June 2014

    We are delighted to be able to offer a selection of dates for the forthcoming season at The Claydon Estate. The Estate Shoot is set within 5000 acres of rural Buckinghamshire and is one of the Home Counties most picturesque Read the Rest…