- Landowner with links back to Sir Francis Drake holds exclusive shoots on his land
- But leading doctor who lives next door says the events create far too much noise
- The pair are locked in a court dispute over a proposed noise abatement order
The owner of one of Britain’s most prestigious shooting estates has been hauled into court after his millionaire neighbour complained the live shoots were ‘too noisy’.
Aristocrat William Tyrwhitt-Drake – who has family links to Sir Francis Drake – is said to have disturbed the ‘tranquil’ South Downs for six months with his hugely popular game and clay shooting events.
The 76-year-old nobleman is fighting a noise abatement order brought by his neighbour, University of Cambridge educated pharmaceutical executive Dr Charles Gillies O’Bryan-Tear.
Source: Mail Online.
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