Thank you to Bramcote Archery Club for hosting this years, very windy, County Championships.
The timing and programme for the day are yet to be finalised, but one of the key speakers will be Lloyd Brown. Continue reading
Wilford Bowmen are running a beginners course beginning 30th July.
The course runs for four weeks. 30th July and 6th, 13th and 20th August.
Start time 1500 hours, finish 1700 hours.
Venue Wollaton Park.
Cost £40 per person.
Interested? Email Mike Thomason at the following address:
History of the Archery Match
February 1956: The President of the Robin Hood Festival Association of
Sherwood, Oregon issued a challenge to the yeomen of Nottingham, England.
The archers would come from the entire Northwestern part of the United States.
In order to cement their bond with the people of Nottingham, England,
Sherwood sent 50 redwood oak trees as a living memorial. Continue reading
Reluctantly Burton Joyce Archers have had to cancel their proposed Novice Breakfast Shoot scheduled for 24th July. The number of entries received were not enough to provide a challenge to those archers competing so it has been decided to cancel the event for this year. Continue reading
Belvoir Archers are running a Beginners course at Barnstone on 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th August 2016 Saturday mornings 10am to 1pm
Course price £40 adults, £35 juniors
For more information and a booking form, click here
Mike Sanchez from Wilford Bowmen is co-ordinating the Have a go at Wollaton Park this year as part of the National Series Finals on 24th September.
If any coaches or senior archers (archers who have been shooting for 3 years or more) would like to help, please contact Mike Sanchez by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Coaching Conference is to be held at Telford Holiday Inn on Saturday 24th September 2016. Continue reading
The A612 between Averham flash ( A 617 ) and Southwell will be closed this weekend, so go to Hockerton and take the Southwell road
Also, the centre of Southwell will be taken over by Morris Dancers, so traffic will also be a problem. Continue reading