Lees Court Estate, Faversham
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Lees Court Estate


"Lees Court have that special knack of making a team feel so very welcome; it doesn't matter if it's a family day, corporate event or something like a special birthday, they all feel unique. Great sport and lovely people providing it all. What more could you want?"

Robert Cuthbert, Serious Shooting

"Lees Court has been a very popular choice over the years for our clients who have always enjoyed the relaxed and friendly ambience as well as the great advantage of being a convenient location for London."

John Duncan, Roxtons

"Lees Court is in one of the most enchanting and beautiful parts of Kent, a wonderful place to spend the day - it's like being in a lost world."

Jools Holland

"A special Estate, reflected in a memorable day"

The Earl Peel

"My first visit to Lees Court was in 2004 when I took a day for members of the Purdey Awards judging team.  We had a memorable day, Lees Court Shoot offers a variety of exciting pheasant and partridge drives with shooting to suit all abilities, and is managed by an enthusiastic and long experienced home team who provide the warmest of welcomes and peerless hospitality in the most delightful surroundings.  Have I been back? You bet!"

Richard Purdey

"Third generation to have shot here and all that I have heard is spot on."

The Hon. Charles Skeffington

"A wonderful day, the reality lives up to the legend, thank you"

Doug Wanstall

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Serious Shooting

Serious Shooting Ltd. was founded by husband and wife team Robert and Kate Cuthbert in 2004, but officially launched at the London premises of their esteemed clients, James Purdey & Sons in March 2005.

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For over 40 years, Roxtons has specialised in organising and developing the best pheasant and partridge shooting opportunities in the UK and abroad. Their reputation has been built on offering first hand knowledge of the sport and the destinations, with attention to detail that dispels worries about where and when to go. 

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