You will learn about the club and its shooting range and be shown how to shoot safely. We have special training bows for beginners of all ages and other, more powerful bows if you would like to progress. The equipment and instruction are provided free but to cover insurance and expenses like broken arrows, there is a small charge of £10 for adults and £5 for children. By law, children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
To reserve places or for further information please email the secretary, Dan Weedon: email@example.com
If you are looking for an addition to your exercise routine helping the work party maybe right up your alley.
Club members rally on a Saturday to do essential maintenance. This can be anything from pasting paper faces on backing card, to taping-off the paths, to making sure there is a clear line of arrow flight to the target, or even repairing or replacing target bosses. The only essential attributes required are a sense of humour and the ability to drink tea/coffee and eat donuts.
Plus shoot for free the following day!
If you can spare an hour or even if it’s only once a year the other club members who use the club for fun or competitions appreciate all your work, a lot goes on to run our little club.
We appreciate that the club members continue with the level of tidiness that we have all come accustomed to over many years. If you spot a precarious falling branch or fallen tree could you put it on the white board in the club hut so we can get it cleared.
Fees: Members £3, Non-members £5, Juniors/Cubs are half price
Gates open: 08:30am. Registration: 08:30 – 10:00am. Start 10:30am
Refreshments: Complimentary tea and coffee all day. We do provide disposable cups but to help reduce waste if you can bring your own cup/mug that would be great. No food on sale.