No. Pennine Shooting has a ‘Section 11/6 Exemption’ issued by the Lancashire Constabulary. This allows the use of shotguns while under instruction by our staff on our ground without the need of a Shotgun Certificate.
Unless conditions are considered dangerous we are happy to continue in inclement weather. Please bring appropriate clothing and footwear.
Normal outdoor clothing suitable for the weather conditions is sufficient.
No. Providing the gun is held correctly you should feel little effect of recoil. Low recoil cartridges are normally provided for beginners as well as smaller bore guns for ladies and youngsters.
Hearing (and eye) protection is provided for all participants and guests.
Our insurance stipulates that all participants and guests must be aged 13 years and older.
Unfortunately due to the proximity of livestock dogs are not allowed on the site.
Yes. We have plenty of car parking adjacent to the clubhouse.
Light refreshments are available at most times. There are toilet facilities on site.
Pennine Shooting have Public Liability insurance cover up to £5 million.
Safety is of paramount importance. Pennine Shooting are constantly monitoring the safety aspects of the Shooting Ground and have an exemplary record.
Non shooters are always welcome either to accompany the shooters or stay in the clubhouse. All visitors must be aged 13 years and over. All under 18 year olds must be supervised at all times by parent or guardian.
No. Unfortunately we have no card facilities at the present time. Cash payments appreciated.
No. Unfortunately due to the nature of the site there is no access for wheelchair users.
Depending on disability, many can.
Some shotguns can weigh over 8lbs but lighter guns are generally used for beginners.
All lessons include the use of a suitable shotgun (if necessary).
Tuition is by appointment both weekdays and weekends throughout the year. Contact us for availability.
Yes. Evening sessions are possible in the summer months, obviously depending on daylight.