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Shooting grounds open for business from 29th March 2021

Where can you go out again?

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Not so long ago, clay shooters would use different guns for close and distance targets

Roll on 29th March 2021 when many shooting grounds will be open again. (Those opening a few days later are listed.)

We’ve had a look around to see which you can visit and have listed some of the main ones around the country.

Don’t just turn up and expect to be able to shoot – you’ll almost certainly have to ring ahead and pre-book. It’s also very unlikely you will be able to borrow a gun, so make sure you bring your own (and your shotgun certificate).

South East England

Atkin Grant & Laing , Hertfordshire

Re-opening 30th March 2021

A1 Shooting Ground, Hertfordshire

Opens 31st March 2021

Bisley Shooting Ground, Surrey

EJ Churchill Shooting Ground, Buckinghamshire

Martin Gorse Wood, Kent

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Oxfordshire Shooting School, Oxfordshire

Opens 30th March 2021

Royal Berkshire Shooting School, Berkshire 

The Spitfire Shoot, Hampshire

West London Shooting School, Middlesex 

South West England

Barbury Shooting School, Wiltshire

Ian Coley Sporting, Gloucestershire

Midlands & East Anglia

Cockett Farm, Nottinghamshire

Doveridge Clay Sports 

Opens 31st March 2021

Grimsthorpe Shooting Ground, Lincolshire

Lea Marston Shooting Club, Staffordshire 

North West

Mickley Hall Shooting School, Cheshire