Honesberie Shooting School
Shooting Ground Serving Rugby and Warwickshire
Honesberie Shooting School is located on a family-owned 400 acre farm that lies across the borders of Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. We provide first class clay and game shooting instruction in an idyllic country setting near Rugby.
Honesberie caters for all ages and abilities. If you are new to shooting we can offer the right level of training to give you the best introduction to the sport. For more experienced shooter we can tailor your experience to suit your needs. We will always aim to maintain the highest level of service.
We are disabled friendly with both individual and group tuition available. We are able to accommodate private and corporate events, charity days and stag and hen parties. The impressive grounds have an extensive range of targets including a grouse butt and two high towers representing high pheasants, partridge and grouse.
In addition we have a stunning, brand new oak framed shooting lodge incorporating a gunroom and conference facilities. We aim to provide you with the very best environment to shoot in. If you’re interested in visiting us here in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside, get in touch today to find out more.
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Over £20,000 in prizes to be won! Entries 10am – 2pm with food available. £200 High Gun. Final on Sunday 3rd November 2019 Top score in AA, A, B, C and Ladies/Juniors/Veterans* on each shoot qualifies to shoot in the final on 3rd November with prizes for 1st, 2nd and...read more
Honesberie Ladies Who Shoot and Lunch – 1st Friday of each month At Honesberie we encourage more ladies into shooting and have introduced Honesberie Ladies Who Lunch and Shoot on the first Friday of each month. Join a growing number of women who meet regularly at...read more
On Sunday 4th November, we finished off our Rizzini Series for 2018 with a fantastic final, held alongside the last 100 sporting registered of the year. The final took place in front of the clubhouse and was a tightly fought 20 bird compaq across the various...read more