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Llechweddygarth is one of the finest and most challenging pheasant shoots in the United Kingdom. It is synonymous as being the holy grail of high bird shooting, in draw dropping countryside – drives like Oaks, The Rock, Ochr and Gries are perhaps some of the best in their class.
When it comes to high bird game shooting, Llechweddygarth sits in the Pantheon of the Gods, a mere thirty minutes by car from either Welshpool or Oswestry, in the magical valleys and moorland of central Mid Wales. Those who have shot here in the past will have mighty memories and stories to tell of stratospheric pheasants to which this season for the first time, will include partridges, offering 350+ bird days from the beginning of September until the close of play into late January.
The shrine of St Melangell in the middle of the shoot is of international significance and the only Romanesque shrine to survive in Britain.
Very good transport links into the estate make the journey very straightforward from either the north or south of the UK.
Guns meet at the original shoot lunch hut in the morning for a team briefing, if staying on site this is a short walk down from the main house. Once we leave the yard, we will be gone for the whole day, shooting either 4-5 drives and stopping for a large elevenses / lunch at half time. All teams are requested to use the gun bus because of the narrow lanes and turning circles around the higher mountain drives.