Holiday cottages in the Midlands at Doveridge Clay Sports are the perfect way to celebrate the upcoming late May bank holiday weekend.
Whether you want to try your hand at clay pigeon shooting or just want to get away for a few days; our fully furbished barn conversions have everything you need. These cottages can house up to 20 people plus they are architecturally stunning with interior design including exposed beams oozing charm and a welcoming environment.
With their own lounge fitted with stylish furniture, a television and CD radio plus a fully equipped kitchen if you fancy home-cooked meals while on vacation.
Holiday Cottages in the Midlands in Gorgeous Surroundings
Our plush holiday cottages will give you the chance to take in the beautiful Midlands countryside; the perfect setting for some clay pigeon shooting.
The second May bank holiday weekend is typically the time of year when the temperature starts to heat up and you can get out more and try something new such as shooting.
This bank holiday weekend is sometimes known as the ‘Spring Bank Holiday’ was first celebrated in 1967, replacing Whit Monday as a public holiday in the UK.
In 2012 this bank holiday was moved to early June for the first time to allow a four day weekend to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Holiday Cottages in the Midlands Ready for Hen and Stag Parties
Clay pigeon shooting is fast becoming one of the alternative ways you can celebrate a stag or hen party. Having an activity with a competitive edge will help your groups to bond with a bit of friendly competition, plus they can all stay in one of our barn conversions!
Book Your Holiday Cottages in the Midlands
A short vacation at Doveridge Clay Sports will give you a bank holiday weekend you won’t forget.
If you’d like to know more about our holiday cottages, please get in touch today and we can answer any questions you’ve got.
Clay shooting in the West Midlands at Doveridge Clay Sports is a great activity for a group of friends, family or co-workers alike.
All of the instructors working at Doveridge are fully trained with loads of experience that they can pass on to first time shooters and regular visitors too.
Teaching Tools for Clay Shooting in the West Midlands
If you’ve ever considered becoming a clay shooting instructor, here are some essential traits every instructor has –
Credibility – Having a wealth of experience in the shooting game will help to put the people you’re instructing at ease. Competing in high profile competitions and knowing how they run their shoots and the types of targets they present.
You wouldn’t have a driving lesson from someone who’s never driven a car, would you?
Communication – Being able to communicate effectively with your clients is a huge part of being an instructor. Everyone is different so being able to talk to beginners as clearly as a group of men on a stag do will help take all of your shooters skills to the next level.
Patience – Not everyone will be a natural when it comes to clay shooting so having a degree of patience is key. On the flipside, you may encounter experienced shooters who need a bit of guidance to adapt and improve their game.
Qualified – To be able to teach clay shooting you will need your own shotgun certificate plus it’s a good idea to have a firearms certificate.
Knowledge – Knowledge is power, so reading and researching extensively about the shooting world plus having a firm grasp of the main shooting methods is a big advantage. The more knowledge and techniques you can pass on to clients the better instructor you will be.
Give Clay Shooting in the West Midlands a Go
The Bramley family have been running Doveridge Clay Sports for 16 years, boasting years of shooting experience including Olympic Skeet and other competitions worldwide.
Clay shooting in the West Midlands at our stunning 70-acre grounds in Ashbourne, Derbyshire is one of the best ways to switch off the daily stresses of life.
Contact our customer service team to find out more.