Only 50 minutes from London, The Royal Berkshire Shooting School is an expansive ground of 100 acres and is one of the smartest operations in the country
The Royal Berkshire Shooting School is conveniently only 50 minutes from London, and it has one of the most expansive shooting grounds in the country.
The Royal Berkshire Shooting School said, “RBSS has been voted the nation’s favourite clay ground for 2013 by the readers of Clay Shooting magazine. With a reputation from customers and peers in our industry alike, the Royal Berkshire Shooting School is often regarded as the most innovative and forward thinking shooting school in the UK.
“The services it provides from the realism and variety of shooting stands to the hospitality and welcome within its shooting lodge are considered the benchmark for others to achieve.
“Whilst everyone is welcome to come and shoot here, for those people who would like to be members, we have introduced The Calibre Club. The Calibre Club has been created to celebrate our 23 years of success. We are delighted to reward our loyal customers and are exceedingly proud of our Club partners.”
The Royal Berkshire Shooting School also does a great deal of charity work. Since the school was established in 1991, they have helped to raise over £23million for The Prince’s Trust, Help for Heroes and The Peter Jones Foundation. They hold Charity Shoots at both their own grounds and at prestigious venues across the UK.
ROYAL BERKSHIRE SHOOTING SCHOOL
Royal Berkshire Shooting School (RBSS), on 100 beautiful acres near Pangbourne, is managed by Dylan Williams who used to work with Nick Penn.
Only 50 minutes from London, it is one of the smartest operations in the country, offering excellent sporting and simulated game targets including a really challenging grouse butt (it once cost me the world 28-bore championship when I slipped on a turn and two vital birds sailed past). There are seven instructors. Individual lessons cost £99 (adult), £56 (child 16 years and under), excluding clays and cartridges.