You could win an AYA shotgun worth £11,900 plus an exclusive invitation to shoot driven wild grey partridge at the famous Floors Castle, described in The Field as the greatest partridge shoot in Scotland in the latest Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust grand draw.
And all for the price of a £100 ticket – which are strictly limited to 1,500.
This year’s stunning first prize is the choice of an AYA No 2 de Luxe side-by-side or AYA Legend over-and-under, both worth over £11,900, plus a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to shoot driven wild English partridge on the legendary Floors estate as a guest of His Grace the Duke of Roxburghe.
Second prize is a stylish ‘EGE’ model E61 Sporter shotgun worth £849, a popular new 12-bore over-and-under, imported by ASI, while third prize is a luxurious leather shot glass case with 10 cartridge-shaped glasses, worth £600, handmade in Spain by family firm Rey Pavón.
The winner will be able to put their prize to the test thanks to an invitation to experience wild grey partridge in the spectacular Scottish Borders and enjoying famous drives overlooking the River Tweed.
Over the past 18 years the Duke of Roxburghe and his keepering team have managed a highly successful grand-scale conservation project to restore the estate’s grey partridge population and today it is one of the few places in the UK to be able to hold small number of driven days.
By taking part in the draw, you will be supporting GWCT’s scientific research programmes, designed to ensure a thriving countryside, rich in game and other. GWCT is also aiming to tell a more balanced story about game management by funding new research to measure and publish the positive influence it has on our countryside.
The draw closes at noon on November 26th and, under Gambling Commission rules, payment can only be made by debit card, so head to www.gwct.org.uk/donate/gun-draw/ to take part.