The 2015 County Clout Team has been announced. They will be shooting at the EMAS Intercounties Clout at Kettering on 22nd March 2015 Continue reading
Recently I attended a workshop day in Spalding with Danielle Brown MBE – on Performing Under Pressure – Sports Psychology.
It is aimed at archers, but coaches benefit as well. Sue and I enjoyed the session, learnt a lot and got to hold 2 Olympic Gold Medals (London and Beijing) Continue reading
Nottinghamshire Archery Society has over the last few years helped increased participation in archery in Nottinghamshire through the organisation of shoots, coaching and the promotion of the sport throughout the County. Continue reading
Left handed Mathews Misson Rally compound bow
50-60 lbs draw weight, 29” draw length, axle to axle 37”, good condition
Price: £200 Continue reading
We are once again running the successful winter training sessions at the Joseph Whittaker School Sports Hall, Rainworth. These sessions are open to all levels of archers in Nottinghamshire and give an excellent opportunity to benefit from coaching in a large, warm, well lit hall and to gain broader knowledge that will help you in your archery. Continue reading
Today, Sue Haynes, Ros Creasey, Alex Bridges and BryanHaynes went to Trent Valley Archers in Stoke on Trent to shoot the ArcheryGB onTarget inter club quarter final. Continue reading
Double Paralympic gold medallist, three times World Champion and multiple world record holder Danielle Brown is offering sport psychology sessions to help others succeed in sport. When striving to discover exactly what separates the best in the world from everybody else, Danielle was always drawn back to the psychological elements of sport. She has now turned to coaching and aims to make sport psychology accessible at grassroots level and beyond, helping athlete’s progress to the next level. Continue reading
Derbyshire archers had a field day at this years tournament and almost made a clean sweep. Having been in first place for most of the day for the Recurve, Compound and Longbow trophies they were denied the triple crown in the very last end of shooting. This years winners were as follows :- Continue reading
Although most coaches and volunteers have the skills to include disabled people in archery activities, they are often anxious that they may lack the appropriate confidence or expertise to work with disabled people.
Archery GB, in partnership with the British Wheelchair Archery Association, has organised a Pass it On course which will help you increase your confidence and push your coaching abilities just that bit further, so that you can help more people enjoy and take part in archery. Continue reading
Chiltern Archery are pleased to advise we will be holding a further Instructors Course on the
1st and 2nd November 2014.
Nationally recognised (as required by Girl Guiding, Scouting, Schools, Youth groups as well as Have A go Sessions)
Registered with Archery GB. Continue reading