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Development Seminar - Working Together for Growth

As Archery GB comes to the end of its first ever National Development Plan for Archery, it is appropriate that the 2013 Development Seminar reflected on what has been achieved, but also to look forward to what the next four years hold for the sport and its development.
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Delegates were asked to reflect on what has changed in their own local archery setting and the Development Team outlined the changes from a national perspective. Then followed a session that allowed delegates to learn more about the development initiatives for the coming four years and also discuss how they will be able to play a part in that. Delegates were tasked with coming up with ideas on how to recruit and retain archers and heard from several clubs who have been successful.

Further presentations and discussion were given around the ongoing work with facilities, funding opportunities, extenal opportunities for support and talent development. The Saturday evening saw the 2012 ontarget Club and Volunteer Awards presented to winners. Winning the club of the year award was Deer Park Archers.

2013 Seminar Report

Please click the links below to download copies of each presentation:

Delegates were also asked to contribute to three questions posed throughout the weekend's event. What is different from 2009 at your local level? What have you learnt from 2009-2017? What will 2017 look like? - Delegate Post it Notes

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