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Game shooting to impress clients and treat staff

PUBLISHED: 11:17 12 December 2013 | UPDATED: 11:17 12 December 2013

Prescott Shooting

Prescott Shooting

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With 2014 just around the corner, the shooting season is in full swing and the echo of shots can be heard from many hillsides and valleys throughout the Cotswolds. Prescott Shooting invites businesses to come along and try their hand at the sport.

Precott Shooting is based in the Cotswolds, which is a huge bonus, blessed as it is with some of the best and renowned shooting estates in the country with clients traveling in from all over the globe to experience world-class game shooting. The enviable honeycomb Cotswold stone villages and hidden valleys, lined with dramatic autumnal colours from towering beech trees, attract thousands to the Cotswolds each season.

Corporate Entertainment, Team Building Days and Conferences

Prescott Shooting offers the perfect venue for any corporate event, with any group size catered for, and their Shooting School is located within a 15 minute drive from Cheltenham in Gloucestershire. They also offer exclusive venues around the Cotswolds from Country House Hotels to a Castle. All Venues have close links to the M5 motorway giving great access from all over the UK.

Their staff are qualified and experienced in all the activities, and on hand to give support where needed.

They work closely with a number of local hotels to offer clients a range of choices to suit all budgets and requirements.

The Shooting School

At this time of year the shooting school is at its busiest, with many lessons for keen shots honing their skills for their first day out of the season. Their large 140ft-high tower has attracted clients both locally and internationally, and is one of many unique features at the shooting school.

Daniel, owner of Prescott Shooting, said: “I pride myself on having a very high attention to detail with all events and will always go the extra mile to make sure that your clients or staff receive the best possible experience. I will take the time to discuss your requirements and format the day to reach its best potential. Clay shooting is a very popular activity that anyone can partake in - it’s a very social sport with a high “adrenaline factor” which really does encourage communication between team members and the drive to succeed.”

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For more details and booking, visit: www.prescottshooting.com

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