Frequently Asked Questions

Safety is paramount and a safety briefing will be given at the start of the course. Anyone with concerns or medical conditions, please ask before attending the course.

You do not need to purchase your own equipment after completing the course. You can continue to use the club’s equipment for a small fee

Our instructors are experienced archers and have completed Archery GB coaching course to at least Level 1.

Once you have completed the beginners course you will become a member for the club for remainder of the year. This will give you access to the club’s facilities at our Archery field throughout the year.

The key to good shooting is being relaxed and comfortable. Archery is an informal sport and most definitely not a fashion show! Clothing should be suitable for you to shoot in and appropriate to the weather conditions when outside.

Close fitting tops such as a tee-shirt, polo shirt or similar is ideal. Avoid anything baggy as it can become tangled in the string, spoiling your score and the clothing! No ties (remember, relaxed and informal!), chains or necklaces visible outside your clothing and no open toed shoes.

Long Hair should be tied back to prevent interfering with the bow string.

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