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Kempton,  Aston On Clun,  United Kingdom, French partridge, Partridge, Red-legged partridge, Grey partridge, Pheasant

Kempton

Aston On Clun, United Kingdom
French partridge, Partridge, Red-legged partridge, Grey partridge, Pheasant

KEMPTON – SHROPSHIRE PHEASANT SHOOT
An Iron Age Burrow provides the topography and scenery for a dramatic pheasant shooting UK location. Kempton lies just inside the English border, and is synonymous with traditional Shropshire pheasants and hospitality to match. Kempton was one of the first shoots added to our stable and has regularly been featured in the top shoots in the UK.
The shoot lodge sits on the pinnacle of the estate and is approached by a meandering driveway which elevates to over 1000ft and offers a panoramic view of both the Welsh and English countryside.
The layout of the drives and the undulating valleys allows the guns to see the shoot in its entirety from a number of vantage points meaning that it is possible to get a level view of just how high the pheasants and partridge were when looking from one hill down in to the previous valley.


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$780

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  • Floris Lemstra 26 Feb 2016

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    A well organized shoot with ample high birds coming over in a steady stream. Nice variety of drives. Very attentive and kind staff and an offering of delicious elevenses and lunches.

  • Floris Lemstra 26 Feb 2016

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    • How well was your event organised
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    • Beauty of the destination
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    A well organized shoot with ample high birds coming over in a steady stream. Nice variety of drives. Very attentive and kind staff and an offering of delicious elevenses and lunches.

  • Richard 25 Feb 2016

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    We had a very nice day at Kempton. Three out of four drives were very nice with good quality birds. I was very well organised and the day went very smooth!

  • brenno 13 Feb 2016

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    We had strong winds which meant some the pegs were moved during the drives: a credit to the organisation. Some drives were a bit lighter for birds then others, but considering it was January we had noting to complain about. The scenery was stunning and the food was served in a nice farmhouse with very friendly staff. To be recommended.

  • william 13 Feb 2016

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    Although we had gales and "horizontal" rain, the day's shooting at Gregynog was memorable. One of the drives over the main valley next to the house will stick in our minds of one to the best ever. The birds kept coming and coming over the guns in large numbers, all over the line, and at extremely challenging heights. Another drive along stream and in a gully, enabled spectacular snap shooting. The birds went over all the guns along the gully, weaving and curling. I would recommend Gregynog to everyone.



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