Weston woods is entered by a long track, and the main parking is about 1/4 mile in (a guess) and there is a couple of lodge type buildings next it, and that and the plinking range is on the right. It's novel features are shotgun stands and a tower for launching clays.
Keston is a much smaller ground, entered down a road which you park along, plinking range on left, range on right, 200yds into a field. The line is straight and at the far end there's an airfield. It's a smaller affair.
Which sounds familiar?
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