Great weather - and great shooting - turned this year's British Target championships into a classic as more than 200 archers battled for glory.
There was a new format for 2015, similar to that used in the Masters. On Saturday there were individual qualifying rounds at 70 or 50 metres followed by individual matches. On Sunday, archers shot a World Archery 1440 and the final results were taken from all three elements.
The Home Nations competition was incorporated into Sunday's shooting and England took the honours in both the recurve and compound categories despite a tough challenge from Scotland.
And after all the elements had been taken into account, our champions are:
Recurve: Patrick Huston and Charlotte Birch
Compound: Carl Richards and Hope Greenwood
Longbow; Hamish Freeman and Mandy Linn
Barebow: Alan Holder and Karen Atkins
Distance recurve trophies went to Sally Gilder, Charlotte Birch and Michael Judd. Hope Greenwood, Isabelle Carpenter and Daniel Tompkins won the compound distance trophies.
To find details of all the awards and winners, click here.
To find the results from each of the three elements of the Championships, click here: Saturday and Sunday.