Stratstone of Mayfair was thrilled to be part of the Really Wild Clay Press Day on Friday 2nd June at the Englefield Estate in Berkshire.
The Really Wild Clay Company hosts simulated clay days on thousands of acres at one of the UK's finest estates. This press day was organised to demonstrate how 'game shooting' takes place and the conservation benefits on the Englefield Estate.
Guests began their day chauffeured to Englefield House by Stratstone in one of the Land Rover Discovery 5 or Range Rover Sport models.
At 9:30 am, Dylan Williams Founder or The Royal Berkshire Shooting School gave a welcome talk during breakfast which consisted of some delicious pastries and bacon sandwich in the Library and Drawing Room.
A fascinating array of Purdey shotguns were on display at breakfast which guests took real interest in. Throughout the day guns can expect to shoot between 350 and 750 cartridges, at their discretion.
Once briefed and introduced to instructors, guests were transported by Stratstone to the first of four drives. After the second drive, midday snacks were served and guests had the opportunity to relax for a short while before completing the last two drives and finishing the day.
To conclude a fantastic day of clay pigeon shooting, networking and enjoying delicious canapes, guests were invited to the Long Gallery for sumptuous lunch catered by the Epicurean collection
Stratstone thoroughly enjoyed being part of the day and looks forward to the next event with The Royal Berkshire Shooting School. You can view the clay day packages by visiting the RBSS website here.