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Celebrating the British countryside
Celebrating the British countryside

Celebrating the British countryside

Sport, Fashion & Country Living

Read our latest news on country style, country sports and events

The Glorious Twelfth

The start of the red grouse shooting season falls each year on the 12th August, and is renowned worldwide among the field sports community as the ‘Glorious Twelfth’. What makes Grouse so special? Grouse can reach speeds of up to 80 miles an hour after just a few beats of their wings, and can change … Continued

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The Game Fair: 26th – 28th July Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

The Game Fair is the world’s largest celebration of British field sports and country life. Country sports are showcased including the famous Gunmakers Row, Horse and Hound Area and Fishing Village. Watch displays of gundog handling or pugs and drummers or try your hand at clay shooting, fly fishing, archery or experience an 4×4 off … Continued

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Best Shooting Gifts For Him

Choosing perfect gifts for shooting enthusiasts can be daunting if you aren’t familiar with the kit required. Safety and comfort are paramount in the field, but at Cordings we believe that these essential ingredients can always be combined with craftsmanship and style. Offering the best shooting gifts for the special man in your life, whether it’s … Continued

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STRAY TALKING: SHARP SHOOTING GLORIOUS 12TH STYLE

Fashion editor, stylist and Harrogate resident Stephanie Taylor shares her insider tips on where to go – and what to wear – in this quintessentially stylish town. You don’t have to be a top gun or stalwart field sports enthusiast to know that the Glorious 12th is big news – and big business – in … Continued

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Cheltenham Racing Tips from Cordings

As we gallop towards the start of The Cheltenham Festival, we sat down with our resident racing expert, head of menswear, Conrad Manasseh whose family have been involved with national hunt racing for many, many years. Whilst Conrad wasn’t quite ready to give us all of his best racing tips, we were able to pry … Continued

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What to wear to The Cheltenham Festival

The Cheltenham Festival is the jewel in the National Hunt racing calendar with race prize money second only to the Grand National. Held every year in March at Cheltenham Racecourse, set in the beautiful English Cotswolds, it is a chance to see the elite of the jump racing world compete across four spectacular days. The … Continued

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Early grouse days: what to wear

The Glorious Twelfth – is celebrated as the start of the shooting season in the United Kingdom. The historic date – 12th August, actually only applies to the start of the grouse season, with partridge and pheasant shooting starting in September and October respectively. What makes Grouse so special? Grouse can reach speeds of up … Continued

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The Autumn Pheasant Shoot

The old adage ‘there is no such thing as bad weather, only incorrect attire’ is all very well, but in the field, the gun can be subjected to four seasons in one day; especially in the Autumn. One moment the sun is blazing, and then comes the rain, the gale force wind, and then back … Continued

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Burghley Horse Trials

Eventing is a sport where no matter where you are from or whether you enjoy riding or not, you can certainly still enjoy a day out. If it is for fantastic shopping or supporting your favourite rider, there is always something for everybody. A huge effort is put into making the event a success, whether … Continued

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