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Simulated Game Shooting Day

Park House Private Shooting School’s “Downton Day” simulated game shoot.

Sim Days provide challenging shooting, great hospitality and camaraderie and good fun; all for a price much lower than a driven game shooting day.

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Gifts outside the yarnbox

I didn’t really plan up a fancy gift guide, but my husband is putting some finishing touches on some pressies right now (more things I can’t do sans hand – gift wrapping) and I thought, how ’bout I show you some of my favourite knitter gifts I’ve seen this year…of the non-yarn variety. 304 more words

Licensing - Reducing the Deficit

In the last couple of years, BASC, britains largest shooting organisation has been lobbying to introduce 10 year licenses for shotguns and firearms. When you look at the facts and statistics, the evidence shows that it’s a great idea for both license holder and the powers that be that make the country a safe place to be. 981 more words

Whirlwind weekend Part 2

Okay so weddings…are expensive, even for the people in attendance. Not to mention the bridal party. Perhaps I have made it to the point in my life where I’ve been part of too many weddings (clearly none were mine). 183 more words


Sporting Week for International Guests

Elevenses in the field

A team of international Guns from the Middle East, the US and Canada shooting in the UK this week with us. First stop – Apsley Sporting in West Sussex for some expert driven shooting coaching from Darron Carver and his team followed by a “big bag” sim partridge and pheasant day and then onto the real deal in Suffolk and Norfolk.


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'Tea and Targets' Afternoon

Not your usual Wednesday afternoon in the office ….We went to a fun ‘Tea and Targets’ event this week at Barnsley House.¬†We had the chance to shoot with the Ian Coley and James Purdey Teams, followed by afternoon tea treats and an informal tour of Barnsley House and Spa… 34 more words