The GWCT Loddington Shoot Draw

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Win an exclusive day for 8 Guns at The Loddington Shoot

An exciting and extremely rare opportunity for a team of eight guns to shoot at the GWCT’s demonstration farm in Leicestershire, where rolling topography provides varied and challenging shooting.

  • Tickets £50 each (buy as many as you like to increase your chance of winning)
  • Only 500 tickets available
  • Closes Friday 31st May 2024 at midday
  • Anticipated bag will be 120-150 birds (mainly pheasant and occasional partridge)
  • Prize includes a night’s accommodation and breakfast

Under Gambling Commission rules we can only accept payment by Debit card.

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The prize

Shoot days at Loddington are rarely available on the open market. The shoot, which was created and is managed by the Trust, encourages thriving wildlife alongside productive farming, where the interaction between them has been carefully monitored for 30 years. During the day, your team will get the chance to learn about the pioneering research carried out by GWCT and the part it plays in modern land management.

Your day will include a substantial elevenses in the field and an excellent two course lunch at the end of the day. The anticipated bag will be around 120-150 birds (mainly pheasant with the occasional partridge). All guns must have their own shooting insurance and use biodegradable wad non-lead cartridges, dogs are welcome to join in the fun.

The prize includes a night’s accommodation before the shoot day and breakfast on the morning for your team of eight in a nearby hotel. The shoot day will be on Wednesday 11 December 2024 and is not exchangable.

The 2024-2025 season at the Allerton Project will be non-lead shot only. Full support from GWCT advisors on the use of nonlead shot and the transition for your individual gun will be available to all guns before, during and after the day.

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More than just a day's shooting

The Allerton Project is a research and demonstration farm that studies the effects of different farming methods on wildlife and the environment.

Across the 320 hectare mixed farm in Leicestershire, the project has been instrumental in developing agri-environment scheme options that are now adopted on farms across the country, such as beetle banks and supplementary winter feeding. In fact, it’s thought that some 80% of the habitat options in the modern agri-environment handbook are derived at least in part from research carried out by the GWCT.

The project’s research has focused on songbirds, and has proven the effectiveness of the combination of habitat management and creation, winter feeding, and legal predator control, the ‘three-legged stool’ approach central to game management.

This approach led to the number of songbirds on their estate increasing by 150% in the first 8 years of management. The shoot is run according to the highest standards in accordance with the Code of Good Shooting Practice and was recently gained the Aim to Sustain Game Assurance accreditation.

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Promoter: Teresa Dent, Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6 1EF. Registered Charity No: 112023. Registered with the Gambling Commission. www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk Please make cheques payable to Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. No one under 16 years of age may purchase or sell lottery tickets. Draw will take place on 7 June 2024. Closing date for tickets 31 May 2024. Winner will be notified by post and result published on the website and Gamewise magazine. No correspondence will be entered into. No cash alternative to prize awarded.