The NSPCC has launched a campaign designed to pressure the government into changing a law that currently makes it possible for adults working in sport and other sectors to take advantage of children in their care.
In response to the Prime Minister’s statement on 23 June and the subsequent guidance published by the Government on 30 June for the phased return of sport and recreation, Archery GB has updated our practical guidelines for clubs, coaches and archers.
While the government has not yet given the green light to the wider reopening of facilities and the restarting of recreational sport, Sport England is expecting further movement on both of these areas in the coming days and weeks.
An exciting time to join us as we Repair and Rebuild our sport, membership and organisation as a result of the pandemic impact whilst Reimagining and Diversifying the people, places and formats where archery can be pursued and enjoyed.
This year is the first time that the Grand National Archery Meeting (GNAM) has been cancelled since its inaugural meeting in 1844, give or take 10 years of dodgy weather and world wars. Here, some of the event's biggest fans recall their happy GNAM memories...