Simulated Game Shooting

Halston is a privately owned country house and 600 acre estate in Shropshire with secluded parkland and overlooking two lakes.

We are delighted to offer a top-quality simulated clay game shoot. Our aim is to provide our guests with a number of drives that simulate pheasant, partridge, duck and pigeon in a lovely environment and a fun social setting.

Simulated game days are an ideal opportunity to experience shooting at a reasonable cost.

We offer days for individuals, teams, groups and corporate events. We ensure that each gun has around 200 to 300 clays to shoot during the day. The cost includes full hospitality and drinks.

Your hosts, Rupert and Harriet Harvey look forward to welcoming you to Halston.

Simulated Game Days

We offer a top-quality simulated clay game shoot. We aim to provide our guests with drives that simulate pheasant, partridge, duck and pigeon in a lovely environment and a fun social setting.

What's included on the day?

We offer days for individuals, teams, groups and corporate events. We ensure that each gun has around 200 to 300 clays to shoot during the day. The cost includes full hospitality and drinks.

Corporate and Group Days

Please get in touch and we can tailor days to suit

Available Dates

We are delighted to announce our dates for 2022 which are as follows:

 

Friday 8th April – SOLD OUT

Friday 22nd April

Saturday 7th May

Friday 13th May

Saturday 28th May

Friday 10th June

Friday 24th June

Friday 8th July

Saturday 16th July

Friday 9th September

Saturday 24th September

 

The cost is £250 per person for the day. We will have a mixture of days for both full teams and those that can cater for single guns or smaller groups. We require a minimum of 10 guns and a maximum of 20 guns to run the day.

The price includes breakfast, elevenses, lunch and tea.

Please get in touch to book your place.

Residential Properties

Halston has a number of cottages available to rent. With excellent transport links and beautiful countryside on your doorstep, the estate really is a superb place to live.

Halston Estate History

Halston’s recorded history goes back to before the Norman Conquest. Today’s house of mellow brick embellished with equally attractive stonework was built in 1690.