National Clay Shooting Centre

The National Clay Shooting Centre

Bisley Camp, Brookwood

Woking GU24 0PB

01483 797 666

Opening Hours
Tuesday-Sunday – 9:00am-5:00pm (dusk if earlier)

Summer Opening- WEDNESDAYS ONLY 9:00am – 8:00pm

CLOSED MONDAYS (except Bank Holidays)



How to find us

The National Clay Shooting Centre, just 30 miles from central London, is situated between the Surrey towns of Woking and Guildford, with their excellent road and rail links.

Although our ground nestles in the heart of ancient Surrey heathland, we are only minutes from Brookwood Train Station and a short drive from either the A3 or M3. Bisley Shooting Ground is perfectly situated for London, Surrey and the Home Counties.



Our postcode is GU24 0PB. Click here and the map will point you in the right direction

On arrival

On arrival

On entering The National Shooting Centre, follow the signs for NCSC and continue over 7 speed bumps. Parking for NCSC is on the right



If you can't find the answer here, don't be shy, get in touch with the team and let us answer any burning questions

By Car

Bisley Shooting Ground lies between the M3 and A3 and is just 5 miles from junction 3 of the M3 and 8 miles from the A3 Guildford, just north of the villages of Pirbright and Brookwood.

By Rail

The nearest mainline station is Brookwood, which is approximately 1.3 miles away and is on the main Waterloo line, with frequent services from London. For further information contact National Rail enquiries on 0845 7484950 or visit

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Non-Members shoot at Bisley?

Yes Non-Members are more than welcome, although if you find you shoot just a couple of times a month or more, Membership will benefit you with the discounted shooting and host of other benefits.

Do I need to bring my own shotgun?

No, providing you are booked in with an instructor we will always be able to provide you with a shotgun. We have different calibre guns based on your height and build.

What should I wear?

We normally say dress as if you are going out on a country walk. We recommend that all clients wear hearing, head and eye protection which will be provided.

Will shooting hurt my shoulder?

Our professional instructors will always make sure that we provide you with a gun suitable to your height and build. Most men shoot with a 12 bore, ladies a 20 bore and children a 28 bore or 410. The correct gun and low recoil cartridges, together with the correct gun mounting position, will all ensure you enjoy your shoot.

How many clays and cartridges will I shoot in a 1 hour session?

This depends on you and how much you are comfortable with. Typically you will shoot approximately 50-100 clays and cartridges.

How far in advance do I need to book?

We recommend you book 1 or more weeks in advance, however please give us a call anytime, we might just have a spot available at short notice.

What is the minimum age requirement?

We normally recommend a minimum age of 10 years old, however this can be relaxed if the child is strong enough.

What happens if it rains?

Being an outdoor sport we do shoot in all weathers, therefore we will continue to shoot in the rain and snow. The only time we will need to stop is for lightening.

Can I still shoot if I am pregnant?

This is something you will need to discuss with your doctor.

Can I bring my dog with me?

Yes, providing your dog remains on a lead at all times and is used to the sound of gun shot.

Can I store my gun with you and if so when can I access it?

The gun will be stored in the armoury in the NCSC Clubhouse. Please call Reception 24 hours in advance to arrange collection. Please note we are not open Monday and do remember to bring your shotgun licence with you as we cannot release the gun without seeing the original document.

How do I apply for a shotgun licence?

Visit the government website here

Anymore questions?

If you still need some answers to any questions please do get in touch with the team on 01483 797666.