Archery GB is embarking on a review of the structures within the sport as part of a collective effort to embed the culture of good governance at every level.
May 2021: Call for Volunteers
Archery GB is launching a structure review within the sport and is now seeking members to be part of a working group to help us do this. As we look to recover and rebuild from the damage of Covid-19, the opportunity to review the inner workings of archery presents itself.
For more information visit our news page.
Who are Counsel?
Archery GB has appointed experienced consultants – Counsel Ltd – to support the process and work alongside us to ensure that the project has objectivity, credibility and independence. James Allen, Counsel Ltd founder director and Dr Verity Postlethwaite bring a wealth of experience from across the sporting community.
With Counsel’s support we will conduct in depth consultation with key stakeholders from across the archery community through high quality research, independent, secure surveys and detailed qualitative research with interviews and focus groups with key personnel.
How will the review be undertaken?
The review will be undertaken in stages and we will start with focus groups and interviews with key individuals, before an open membership survey. The outputs of the review are not pre-determined, and we wish to hear from as many members as possible to ensure that the right outcome for the sport is achieved.
We will keep you up to date on the progress of the review, and will regularly update this webpage.
How can I give feedback?
At any time, feedback, comments or questions can be emailed through to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To arrange an informal discussion about the project please contact Arran Coggan by email.