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  • Birthday 29/11/1980

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  1. We are running a competition on our Facebook page to win 2 tickets to The Game Fair this year! https://www.facebook.com/A1decoy/photos/a.382446335175364/2364128683673776/?type=3&theater&ifg=1
  2. 8 pegs available on our simulated game shoot in Bath on Saturday 20th July 2019, at £150 per peg. (Included in price elevenses, snacks and pub lunch) Weston wood is an established game and simulated game shoot on a working farm set within a beautiful valley on the outskirts of Bath. We have ran several simulated game shoots previously with very happy customers. The topography naturally lends itself to high bird shooting, with a mixture of steep wooded valleys, cover crops and rolling hills. Using the most powerful traps on the market, we are able to stand our guns at the bottom of our valleys, as you would on our real pheasant and partridge days. The simulated days are ran by the keepers on the shoot themselves, who know exactly what the gun requires. Whether you are a seasoned game shot or just coming along to have fun, we have driven to test everybody, simulating everything from coveys of partridge to 'extreme' pheasants and everything in between. With first class hospitality and stunning panoramic views overlooking the Georgian city of Bath and rite across to the Severn bridge and beyond, we promise you a day to remember! The day consists of. 5000 clays over 5 drives - a mixture of partridge, high pheasant and finishing with 'extreme' high pheasant. Full in field hospitality- elevenses - locally sourced food and refreshments throughout the day. Transport around the shoot Pub lunch in the local pub to finish. Land & topography Steep wooded valleys and rolling hills showing fantastic pheasant, partridge and extremely testing clays. Views overlooking the Georgian city of bath stretching right across to the Severn bridge and beyond. Typical Itinerary 9.30am - Meet at the yard for coffee, pastries and a chat! 10am - Safety briefing from the shoot captain, peg selection and load into the gun bus to make way to the first drive. Shoot two drives (one pheasant from woodland and one pheasant over a valley) (Approx) 12.30pm - Stop for in field refreshments and a bite to eat at the highest point in the shoot, with stunning views! 1.00pm- 3.30pm A further 3 drives (testing partridge, high pheasant and finishing with 'extreme' high pheasant and partridge. Refreshments in between drives. 4.00pm Load onto the gun bus and make way down to the yard. Drive your own car to the local pub from there about 1 mile away) please ask the shoot captain for directions. Hospitality Coffee/tea and pastries on arrival. Stopping for a break at around 12.30 for drinks / bite to eat and refreshments. Dinner and a pint to finish the day off. Please call 07931107204 or email aimeetess@hotmail.com to reserve a peg or for more information!
  3. We have a clearance sale on some of our lines, and have sold a lot over the last few days so worth a look.. Cartridge bags £12.99 from £29.99.. half price Jack Pyke rifle rests and more! https://www.a1decoy.co.uk/product-category/sale/
  4. Huge apologies - didn't get any notifications for some reason? We'll find out and get back to you! We are Bristol based, yes.
  5. We'd like to get a trade account with them to advertise our guns in stock, emailed them about 6 weeks ago but heard nothing Is there any members on here who manage it? Thanks
  6. Hi all, We have managed to get some more UV paint in stock, if anyone was after any. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/352589421752
  7. Hi all, Amo was found and reunited on Wednesday. Its amazing and her owners are still over whelmed. Amazingly she is in good condition, got the all clear at the vets after she was found. Her nails were long and she is over weight, but apart from that shes as crazy as before.
  8. Was just about to post this to let everyone know she was found, but see someone already has! Its amazing and her owners are still over whelmed. Amazingly she is in good condition, got the all clear at the vets after she was found. Her nails were long and she is over weight, but apart from that shes as crazy as before.
  9. Thank you to those who tagged us. Amo was FOUND on Wednesday! Amazing!
  10. Apologies for the problem with the code. It had gone out of date at the start of 2019, Its now been reactivated. We have a new website going live very soon so the code will also be available on there for you. A1
  11. We are running some great deals this year.. TAKE A LOOK NOW! LINK TO DEALS
  12. It was £1000 at first but they have now offered a 'substantial reward' and I know they'd give any amount to get her back, so think we're now talking £2000+ Many thanks
  13. ‼️UPDATE ON AMO ‼️ SOMEBODY SAW AMO BEING PUT INTO A TRUCK! SHARE SHARE SHARE Did you attend the Midland Game Fair? Somebody has come forward saying they saw Amo being put into a BLACK pick up truck with a covered back between 4:45-5:30pm on Saturday 15th September at the Midland Game Fair. The truck has been seen around Telford area previously! The truck had ‘Dog Unit’ written wonky on the side/back in white. It had a dog crate in the back. They exited the fair out the Blymhill exit, past the farm shop and over the bridge. The driver was quite tanned, dark hair, thick eyebrows and had stubble. THIS TRUCK IS NOTHING TO DO WITH WESTON PARK OR THE ORGANISERS! Please can everybody to check their photos again from the show, and if they recognise any description above please come forward!
  14. UPDATE ON AMO ‼️ SOMEBODY SAW AMO BEING PUT INTO A TRUCK! SHARE SHARE SHARE Did you attend the Midland Game Fair? Somebody has come forward saying they saw Amo being put into a BLACK pick up truck with a covered back between 4:45-5:30pm on Saturday 15th September at the Midland Game Fair. The truck has been seen around Telford area previously! The truck had ‘Dog Unit’ written wonky on the side/back in white. It had a dog crate in the back. They exited the fair out the Blymhill exit, past the farm shop and over the bridge. The driver was quite tanned, dark hair, thick eyebrows and had stubble. THIS TRUCK IS NOTHING TO DO WITH WESTON PARK OR THE ORGANISERS! Please can everybody to check their photos again from the show, and if they recognise any description above please come forward!
  15. Ari was stolen from Doncaster, she has been found. This is Amo stolen from Midland Game fair, she has not been found. Thanks all
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