The Angmering Park Shoot
After many years of careful conservation management and judicious planting, the home shoot enjoys a first class reputation. This was endorsed in 2012 and again in 2016 by the Shooting Gazette who placed the shoot within the 20 best pheasant shoots. Shooting takes place over some 6,000 acres of unspoilt, spectacular downland countryside that produces fast and challenging partridges in the early part of the season and the highest of pheasants during the rest of the season.
A limited number of driven days are let each season, where guns can enjoy unsurpassed shooting, delicious food and a warm and relaxed atmosphere. Close proximity to London and two international airports is welcomed by guests who appreciate the ease of access. There are also excellent local hotels for those wishing to extend their stay within the National Park.
From the west, access for the shoot is via Dover Lane, which is clearly signposted turning off the north side of the A27 dual carriageway, about 2 miles east of Arundel.
For those coming from the east along the A27, there is no gap in the central reservation for Dover Lane. You must therefore go past Dover Lane and make a U turn at Poling corner following signs for “Worthing/Brighton” and after ⅓ mile bear left into Dover Lane.
At the crossroads in Dover Lane, turn left for The Dover.
Post Code for satellite Navigation systems: BN18 9PX.
The coordinates are: 50.84850, -0.49748
For all enquiries, please contact our Shoot Captain, Nigel Clutton or Shoot Administrator, Rachel Bone.
Fallow and Roe deer abound on the Estate. The stalking rights have been let for several seasons to Colin & Graham Appleton, who control numbers on a carefully managed basis.
For all enquiries contact:
Colin & Graham Appleton