Running a Club
A lot of the information relating to starting, running and developing an archery club can be found in our range of handy guides. If you are looking for something specific then please get in touch with us and we will do our best to help you.
From time to time you may need advice or support. For instance, club officials often change over and sometimes circumstances mean the handover is quick and does not explain everything that happens at club level.
Running a club takes time and dedication. The information supplied here is to help volunteers and reduce administration.
To find out how to start, run or develop your club, you can read our Handy Guides.
Other helpful resources
Archery GB’s club development programme – ontarget
Sport England Clubmatters offers support for club officials on things such as marketing, finances, club management and club people.
Sport Scotland has a similar website called Help for Clubs, Sport Wales also has lots of information and Sport NI‘s website outlines the support it offers.
The Charity Finance Group and British Bankers’ Association have produced a guide with practical advice to help treasurers and anyone responsible for the financial management of clubs, charities or voluntary organisations.