The Corinium Clay Pigeon Shooting Club was started in 1969 by Peter Tugwell and like minded friends. It has shot on his own ground at Jarvis Quarry on the Tetbury Road outside Cirencester ever since then. With its tower it is one of the more challenging Gloucestershire clay clubs and shoots every other Sunday (see calendar).
Guests are welcome and the Club does hold a Section 11(6) certificate from Gloucestershire Police allowing non certificate holders to shoot. They will need to be accompanied by a Club officer - which is not usually a problem as shoots are squadded - but let the secretary know, preferably before you turn up. The Club is essentially for intermediate to experienced sporting clay shooters who are certificate holders. If you have not shot before the Club recommends you have some lessons at a shooting school first. The club shoots every other Sunday, normally 50 bird shoots, and you can have up to two cards, at the Club's discretion. You need to book in between 10.00 and 10.15am. Charges are set out on the calendar.