A simulated game day at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire, has raised £41,000 for the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.
On Friday 22 May, 21 teams, including two teams from the USA, shot five flurries around the estate. The course included clays that simulated grouse, high pheasants, woodcock, snipe, ducks and rabbits.
The winners of the competition were a local team, and the members each won a magnum of Gosset champagne and a GWCT tumbler.
The shoot was followed by a champagne reception hosted by GWCT president, Lord Salisbury, and an auction and prize giving.
For more information about future GWCT events, see the official website.