E J Churchill is offering a unique opportunity to enjoy some world-class shooting coaching underneath some of the best driven partridges in the UK.
The shooting ground and sporting agent, which is once again running this year’s Clay Line at The Game Fair, is running a price draw for two pegs at its flagship West Wycombe estate in the heart of Buckinghamshire, which is home to Sir Edward Dashwood and is steeped in shooting history.
Tickets cost £9.99 with the winner scoopping two pegs on a 300-bird driven partridge day on November 24th – both the winner and their guest will have the opportunity to be coached by both Mark Winser and Sean Bramley in field.
Mark has achieved many heights in clay shooting including World Sporting Champion, European FITASC Champion, British Open Sporting Champion and many more.
He is a full-time shooting coach based at E J Churchill’s Swinton estate in North Yorkshire and spends much of his game season in field coaching as well as fitting in as much shooting of his own as possible.
Sean has been a familiar name within the shooting world for many years and has competed against the best names at the biggest competitions across the world.
Sean has a long list of achievements including UK FITASC Champion, a three-times Essex Masters winner, British FITASC Champion and British Sporttrap Champio, to name a few. He now spends much of his time as a full time coach at E J Churchill in West Wycombe.
As well as the shoot day, the winner will receive £300 cash to cover transport and accommodation as well as a Tweedl cap and bottle of Tweedl’s signature gin.
Tickets are more details are available here .