He has lived nearly all his life growing up in the countryside with over 15 years shooting experience and with around 50,000 miles travelled a year in his previous roles he is the ideal package for you. Long days and late nights do not bother him in the slightest.
His aim is to provide a service for both you and / or your clients. James is polite, punctual and discreet in his work making sure that every detail is taken care of to ensure your day or days run as smoothly as possible. Nothing is too much trouble and you may find he has already thought of it.
Raised on a south Cambridgeshire farm William first started shooting pigeons around the farm yard and progressed to the field of game shooting at the age of 13. Since then he has been privileged enough to have shot game all over the country for the last 17 years, from fast hedge hopping partridge in Norfolk to extreme pheasants in Wales.
Having a commercial shoot on the farm he has been fortunate enough to have also been involved in all aspects of game shooting and management both in and out of the season. As well as this he is proud to say that through conservation management he has been able to increase the numbers of wild english partridge on the farm.
Growing up on a farm in Kent ensured an immersion in country life from a young age. The first experience of shooting came when he was eight years old with a .410 hammer shotgun shooting clays, from this point on the interest in shooting and country sports grew. Over the seasonal months he has spent much of his time game shooting across the United Kingdom.
Being a member of multiple syndicates has enabled him to gain a full understanding of the running of sporting estates. Charles has been fortunate to have had the opportunity to stalk various species of deer, not only is this an immensely pleasurable sport, but it also challenging, requiring a tactical approach and accurate shot.