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Prescott Shooting

PUBLISHED: 14:57 11 February 2014 | UPDATED: 15:10 20 May 2015

Prescott Shooting

Prescott Shooting

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Daniel Martin provides an update on what’s happening at Prescott Shooting in the near and far future

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Promotional feature: The end of a very successful shooting season is near. Prescott Shooting Sporting Agency is now looking ahead to next season with many teams re-booking days after some fantastic shooting days throughout the season on many beautiful Cotswold estates.

 

New for 2014

I have taken sole agency on a handful of Cotswold based shoots. This enables me to be working even closer with the shoot management to offer some truly fantastic days shooting. I have found some real hidden gems and cannot wait to be showing them off to my clients throughout the 2014 season.

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Simulated Game Days are on the horizon with many teams already booked in for their “closed season” practice or corporate entertainment. Our Cotswold Grouse Moor is proving to be a high hit with both local teams and those even traveling as far as the Channel Islands. The estate on which the days are run is on some of the Cotswolds most spectacular topography lending itself to produce some of the best simulated game days in the country. The days, for those who have not experienced a simulated day, put simply as “Featherless” game shooting! Full details about the days can be found on our new website, including a film of the whole day on our online TV channel - www.prescottshooting.com

 

Shooting School

The shooting school has huge plans ahead for 2014 and I cannot wait to get the ball rolling! With securing of full planning permission throughout 2013 it has enabled us to extend the operating days and added infrastructure. Many local and national clay and game shots, tourists and companies have been reaping the benefit of the extensive facilities in such a beautiful secluded Cotswold setting whether its for practice, tuition or rewarding clients and staff. The diary is filling up fast for spring and summer with the stag and hen party season already in full swing!

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The grounds will be having an aesthetic overhaul including new fencing, new shooting stands, larger car park and improved archery & air rifle range. Adding to our current facilities within our picturesque setting will make the shooting school even more inviting to new clients and keep those familiar faces returning.

 

The shop is continuing to offer superb value with a huge collection of country clothing and knitwear in both ladies and gents ranges. We are now one of the largest stockists in the area for Alan Paine Clothing which is available from our shop at the shooting school or from our online store. We have just acquired their new range so go on...take a look!

 

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All aspects of Prescott Shooting is run by myself making it a very personal experience, like no other. This helps build up a fantastic relationship between myself and clients from booking in over the phone to then teaching you how to connect with your first clay or even pheasant!

 

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