Long Buckby Archery Club are holding another of their Field Archery Have-a-go’s on Sunday 10th June at Daventry Rugby Club.
Daventry Rugby Club,
Please contact Martin Ross if you’re interested.
These sessions are a great introduction to Field Archery.
Long Buckby Archery Club present ‘A Festival of Field Archery’
The English Field Archery Championships
The John Hartfield Memorial Field Archery Tournament.
Saturday & Sunday 19th & 20th May 2018.
Saturday: 24 Target Unmarked.
Sunday: 24 Target Marked.
Venue: At Daventry Rugby Football Ground, Stefen Hill Sports Club, Western Avenue, Daventry. NN11 4ST
This shoot counts towards the 2017/2018 Chris Mason Celebration League
Long Buckby AC are once again holding a series of Field Archery Have-a-go sessions over the Autumn and Winter months., at Daventry Rugby Club, Western Avenue, Daventry, NN114ST
The sessions starts from 10:30am.
If you’re interested contact Martin Ross
More Dates will be posted any changes will be notified to all
It’s our doors so wear appropriate clothing, bring a drink a bite to eat if you want, if you can let me know closer to the date if you are coming.
There’s no need to booking in just good to get numbers where possible.
The price for non-club members is £3.
So come and have a play!!
The Entry Form is now available for the Northamptonshire County Archery Society, John Hartfield Memorial Field Archery Tournament 2017
A record status open shoot and Quiz Night
Saturday & Sunday 13th/14th May 2017
Saturday 24 Target Unmarked & Sunday 24 Target Marked
WA24 target Unmarked and WA24 Target Marked Rounds with 4 Target shoot off to decide final positions
Kindly hosted by Long Buckby Archery Club, at Daventry Rugby Football Ground
Stefen Hill Sports Club. Western Avenue, Daventry. NN11 4ST
Entry Form / Event Program
Long Buckby Archery Club’s next Field Archery ‘have-a-go’ will be on 16th October 2016, at their Field course at Daventry Rugby Club.
10:00am Practice butts open for a 10:30-45am start.
These have-a-go’s are a great introduction to Field Archery for anyone interested in giving it a go.
For further information contact Martin Ross.