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Dress code regulations proposal

February 9th 2018
Jane Percival

In the last edition of Archery UK we published proposals to make changes to the Archery GB dress code and asked you to give us your feedback. Why? Because the final decision will have a direct impact on you.

We are an inclusive sport and gender parity sits as a cornerstone of our values. So we have to listen to our members and react accordingly within our philosophy and values.

The reaction to the proposal has been such that it will not be taken forward.

We will be seeking wider engagement and will return to you for further consultation on this topic. Once again, we thank you for your feedback which has informed this decision.

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