Stewart Denton, Roudens company director, participated earlier this year in a charity clay shoot in support of the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust. Stewart carefully hand-picked his team for the day, which consisted of Rob Fennick, Paul Poulter and Micky Rouse (who has competed for England!).
Stewart’s team were successful and shot their way to the top, being the winning team of the day! Stewart enjoys shooting in his downtime when he’s not in the office and participates in various shoots in the South of England.
The charity clay event was held at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire on Friday 6th May 2016 by kind permission of Lord and Lady Rothschild.
20 teams of 4 shot 100 clay flushes around the Estate during the morning and returned for a delicious sit down lunch in The Dairy, followed by an auction which helped to raise £18k for the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.
The Buying Solution and Knight Frank Rural Building Consultancy were our headline sponsors for the day together with Rolls Royce, The Rothschild Foundation and Louis Roederer Champagne donated Magnums of Champagne to the winning teams. We also had support from Le Chameau, The Really Wild Clothing Company, Damson Tree Vodka, Tring Brewery, Champneys and Holts by way of auction lots.
Photographs by Richard Washbrooke www.shootdaysphotography.com
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust are a leading UK charity conducting conservation science to enhance the British countryside for public benefit. For over 80 years we have been researching and developing game and wildlife management techniques. We use our research to provide training and advice on how best to improve the biodiversity of the countryside.