Welcome to Kelbrook

Kelbrook Lodge is a traditional shooting box set in its own grounds on the Lancashire/Yorkshire border. It is located 8 miles west of the market town Skipton, the gateway to the Yorkshire dales.


The M65 link is only 12 minutes away, giving easy access to Leeds, Manchester and Preston.


The Lodge itself was purpose built in 1908 for shooting entertainment days by Edward Carr, a wealthy local lawyer. Over a century later it is still used for this Victorian tradition, now one of the fastest growing sports in the UK and a popular way of entertaining business associates, friends and family.


Kelbrook is now a family business run by Michael Meggison, a member of the British Olympic shooting team in 1980 & 1984, his son Aaron, himself having had great success on the British team, and daughter Penny, twice British University Champion and instructor for her University team.

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Opening Times


Tuesday 9.30am to 5pm
Wednesday 9.30am to 5pm
Thursday 9.30am to 5pm
Friday 9.30am to 5pm
Saturday 9am-5pm (Cafe 9am-3pm)
Sunday 11am - 3pm (Cafe 10am-2pm)

Special Offers

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FIOCCHI - Litespeed 26gr (per 1,000)
£255 Plastic - £259 Fibre

FIOCCHI - TT One 28gr (per 1,000)
£259 Plastic - £269 Fibre

FIOCCHI - FBLU (per 1,000)
24gr £264 Plastic - 28gr £269 Plastic

FIOCCHI - FBLACK (per 1,000)
24gr £269 Plastic - 28gr £275 Plastic

Head Grounds Keeper


We have an opening for a full time Head Grounds Keeper at Kelbrook Lodge in Kelbrook, East Lancashire, a long standing family run clay pigeon shooting school and ground located between Colne and Skipton.
The position is full time and the working days are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The role is physically demanding requiring lifting and movement of heavy mechanical equipment, 12v batteries and boxes of clays/cartridges.

You will:
- keep the shooting ground clean, tidy and well maintained
- keep the clay traps filled and well maintained and change layouts
- assist in the shop as necessary
- unload deliveries
- carry out landscaping and building work from time to time

You need to:
- have full driver’s licence and own car
- pass DBS check
- pass the Police background checks in order to obtain a shotgun certificate whilst working in the role
- be enthusiastic and enjoy working outside at all times of the year
- be able to work independently, following daily and weekly routines and also work within a team structure

Prior landscaping, building/or joinery is preferred. Prior clay shooting experience is not necessary.
Training will be provided in relation to clay target machinery and its maintenance.

Salary - Between £30,000 and £32,000 pa

For more information
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If you would like to considered for the role, please email your CV to info@kelbrook.com no later than 1st June 2024.