20 Apr 15
Better membership services, communications, planning for the future and the launch of a new charity, the Archery Foundation, were on the agenda when members gathered at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester.
We also have an excellent Beginner Guide at the link below that gives a wealth of information. In December 2012, we published the Archery for Beginners Guidebook and we would recommend you consider buying that - you will find further information at the link at the left hand side of this page.
Nearly all of our clubs are run by volunteers and so you would normally contact them in the evening (many have web sites so you can try there as well). If you want to have a daytime contact, then you can make contact with archery retailers - just follow the link at the left of this page for their contacts and opening hours.
Another way is to look to have an archery experience as part of a holiday or leisure break, or to experience archery through a "come and try" at places like game fairs. To find details of these, please follow the links for affiliates at the left of this page.