The Really Wild Clay Company’s last roving day of this season will be on Wednesday 11 September at West Woodhay Estate in Berkshire.

The simulated shoot utilises four of the estate’s signature drives mimicking partridge, grouse and West Country pheasants, similar to a 400-500 bird day.

The 17th century house, which was originally built by poet Sir Benjamin Rudyard, provides the perfect setting for the action-packed day and is ideally located being less than two hours drive from central London.

The day includes breakfast, alfresco midday snacks and a two-course lunch in West Woodhay’s beautiful Orangery.

Price: £249+VAT per Gun.

For further details or to book your space please call Sue on 01491 672900 or email