Magnificent driven game at Warter Priory

Fieldsports Nation member Pete Thompson enjoys an unforgettable day at Warter Priory in East Yorkshire, which he bought in our auction to support our legal battle with BBC presenter Chris Packham. The estate is famous for world-class driven game shooting, and has hosted royalty and world leaders. Head keeper Frank Croft explains how he’s not just keeping up standards and supporting a thriving local community, he’s also leading the way with sustainable management and non-toxic ammunition.

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