WELCOME!

The Holborough Pheasant Shooting Estate comprises four blocks of main woodland situated on chalk escarpments with farmland lying below. The estate extends to approx 1,500 acres of which 875 acres are woodland. The estate rises from sea level to almost 650 feet above sea level and this itself leads to stunning presentation of birds.

During the next 2019/2020 Pheasant shooting season we are pleased to offer days for full teams, individual guns, or inquiries to join our syndicate.

Pheasant, Game, and
Walked Up Shooting

in the South East

The shooting estate is heavily wooded, and currently has 14 pheasant drives and 11 Partridge Drives that offer a great deal of variety and can accommodate both novice guns and the most experienced looking for High Driven Pheasants. We are able to provide very experienced instructors and loaders to give assistance throughout the day if required.

The Holborough Pheasant Shooting Club is Kent’s best kept secret; high bird pheasant shooting in the South of England, only 1 hour’s travel from Central and West London. Accessed very easily by road from both the M20 and the M2, and a short distance from the Ebbsfleet international railway station that offers a fast high speed train service through the Channel Tunnel from mainland Europe.

 

Below is a birds eye view of our new Partridge Drive for this coming season, the birds will fly above the gun line that will be standing 60 yards below, once the Partridges in flight clear the hedge at the end of the drive, this should make this drive both fun and challenging for the waiting guns.

HOW TO BOOK

If you are interested in taking part in one of our Kent Pheasant shooting days please contact Trevor Homewood, for more information:

GALLERY

Take a look around the Holborough Shooting Club:

TESTIMONIAL

Both me and my son Alex would just like to let you know we had a great day today and thank you for the warm welcome and your hospitality, you have a lovely place there and wish you well for the rest of the season ahead good luck

Mr. Terry Hindry