Clay pigeon shooting school offering progressive dedicated private lessons
Lee is the lead coach for Kent & Sussex Shooting School and is focused on delivering high quality progressive clay pigeon shooting lessons at our locations near to Tunbridge Wells.
Lee is an active shooter for almost 40 years and is a regular coaching at game fairs & young shots days.
Lee is a qualified BASC & APSI coach & safety officer, GWCT accredited game shooter and RFD holder. Lee is a coach mentor for BASC, qualified trainer with the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management & Development (CIPD) and a member of the Institute of Learning & Management (ILM).
Tom has an extensive range of shooting experience covering clay pigeon shooting, game, wildfowling, and competes in different rifle shooting disciplines.
Tom is passionate about the sport he loves and this comes across in his coaching sessions. He regularly coaches at game fairs, ladies days and young shots days, hence why he is our Senior Coach & BASC coach mentor.
Tom is a qualified BASC & APSI coach & safety officer, GWCT accredited game shooter and also a member of the National Rifle Association.
Tim brings a wealth of knowledge to the team as he has been shooting for over 50 years from a young man through to working as a gamekeeper.
Tim has represented the Great Britain Shooting Team four times and is not only a successful county shot but also Chairman of the Sussex Branch of the CPSA. Tim is a qualified BASC coach and safety officer and a LANTRA qualified loader.
Geoff has been shooting both shotguns and rifles for over 40 years.
Geoff is a BASC accredited Shotgun coach, Safety Officer, LANTRA qualified loader and a Range Officer at the British Sporting Rifle Club.
Geoff is qualified trainer with the Institute of Personnel Management and Development.
Tasha is the newest member of the team.
She has been working in the shooting world for almost 9 years and is a regular working on game shoots and at Kent & Sussex Shooting School.
She loves nothing better than retrieving whole clay targets and placing them by a trap at the end of the day.