Guns providing their own cartridges 21 gram or 24-gram fibre wads only.
Gun hire and cartridges can be arranged at extra cost (Advanced notice need for, 12 and 20 gauge cartridges, all available).
Please phone Richard Mumford for more information and costs: 07956 816146
Ensure you have sufficient insurance, you will not be able to participate in a simulated game day with us without first showing us your insurance, if not this is available from
We must be made aware of novice or inexperienced guns, as they will require an instructor or supervision, for any novice or inexperienced client without an instructor or supervision they will not be able to shoot. We can arrange shooting instructors or supervision at extra cost.
We offer Game bird shooting lessons, for those who wish to sharpen up their shooting. Led by Shooting Instructor Richard Mumford (Freelance Instructor at: national clay shooting centre, Bisley Shooting Ground) we can offer either one-to-one sessions at long Siberia, Bisley pay and play .
UK weather can be unpredictable at the best of times, with February and March generally having rain, snow, hail, sleet and sunshine all on the same day.
April brings the typical April showers but are generally comfortable shooting conditions with the occasional sunny spells temperature range 10 to 20° C.
May and June are generally the hottest months seeing temperatures range from 20 to 30° C bringing with it hot sunny days with light winds.
July tends to be a warm month with a bit of a mixed bag of sunshine and showers with reasonably high humidity temperature ranging from 23° C to 29° C.
August is a nice stable month with warm days and cool mornings average temperature low to mid 20° C.
Guns & clients Arrive
The day starts with a social gathering on the estate grounds, where you will enjoy a bacon roll with tea and coffee served alfresco style under our marquee by our resident chef.
The syndicate shoot captain will explain the day with you and give a detailed safety talk. Don’t worry if you haven’t been on a simulated game bird shooting before, we will have staff on hand who will advise and assist you with anything you are unclear about.
Guns & clients leave for drive One
Drive one, is set on a gently undulating hillside presenting Driven Grouse, Set in the most spectacular parts of the South Downs National Park-lands, with truly breath-taking views, drive one will take place on open ground.
Guns & clients return from, drive One
After the first drive, we will return to the lodge to have champagne and light snacks.
Guns & clients leave for drives, Two & Three
Drive Two is set in the base of a wooded narrow ravine beautifully sheltered from the elements, where high-driven Pheasant shooting targets are presented.
Moving on swiftly making sure you have enough cartridges for the next drive.
Drive Three placed perfectly on the edge of a steep slope with tall trees to your back, bank-side driven Partridge shooting targets are presented with some creative angles to challenge the most experienced of shots.
Guns & clients return for lunch.
To a stunning vista with a welcoming atmosphere and enjoy a home-cooked three-course lunch, local wine and ales served with your meal.
Guns & clients leave for the Fourth and final drive of the day.
Drive Four, located at the bottom of an old prehistoric quarry offering 60 yard high driven and crossing Pheasants with a royal flush of birds on offer.
Guns & clients return
We will then return to the estate’s lodge to enjoy freshly baked fruit cake with tea before you depart at 4 pm.