Hayton Castle Clay Shoot - Nottinghamshire's Answer To Corporate Entertainment
 
LATEST NEWS: 
**Come and take a look at our newly finished shooting lodge**
 
**We now have covered, all weather sporting stands**
Welcome  
 
Hayton Castle Clay Shoot is set in the beautiful rural North Nottinghamshire countryside on a family run farm, near Retford. Established nearly 20 years ago by Jamie Campion, the shoot has grown in many ways from holding small competitions to charity events. In its own right a club level shoot it has now opened its doors to the public through corporate entertainment and one to one coaching run by Jamie’s son Lee.
 
Lee has many years of international shooting experience under his belt representing Great Britain. He has won many titles such as the Cyprus Grand Prix, and a silver medal in the 2007 Australian Youth Olympics. Lee shares his passion for the sport through both coaching and competing. His coaching allows people from different ages, gender and abilities to take part in the sport. All shooting is by appointment only, so you really do have the ground to yourself.
 
Spectators and shooters alike can unwind and relax in the peaceful surroundings of the countryside, and make themselves feel at home in our purpose built shooting lodge. Companies, Parties and Individuals are all welcome, so please take your time to look at the packages available and consider Hayton Castle Clay Shoot as your next venue for corporate and group entertainment.
 
Location:
Hayton Castle Farm
Hayton
Retford
Nottinghamshire
DN22 9BB
 
Opening Times:
All shooting is by appointment only, so you really do have the ground to yourself. However, we do hold a 50 bird sporting and open our D.T.L layout to the general public every last sunday in the month. We open at 10.00 and close at 14.00 on these days.
 
 
 
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