Norfolk Archery August Newsletter

Norfolk Archery Association
August Newsletter

Well, it is summer, so that means great weather for shooting, long evenings… oh, that doesn’t quite sound right…
Its not been the best of weather, but there have been plenty of things happening, and there is more to come as summer transitions into Autumn.

We’d also like to thank all those of you who were part of the great Norfolk turnout at the East Anglian Championships last weekend. A report and results will be available on the website soon.
We also understand lots of clubs have successful induction courses underway, with Wymondham in particular having seen a massive uptake in participation on their courses this year, so well done to them for helping get more people in the sport!

First up, there is the Norfolk Archery Association County and Open Championships.
The shoot is a WRS WA 1440 hosted by City of Norwich Archers on 17th September. Want to enter but can’t shoot a full 1440? don’t worry, Metric rounds are available so contact the organizers and they’ll help you find the right round.
Still time to get your entry in!
Entry FormCurrent Entrants.
We’d also ask anyone who won a trophy at this event last year to please get in touch and confirm you will be returning the trophy. You can contact to organiser by clicking here

Also coming up in September is the next County Committee Meeting. This will be on 13th September at 7.30pm and is hosted by Fakenham Bowmen in the Lancaster Room at the Gallows Sports Centre at the Fakenham Racecourse.
All members of the county are welcome to attend and have a say on how the county is run, and we always encourage more County members to get involved.

Hingham Bowmen will once again be hosting their £2 round. This is a great day, a relaxed competition and more about the fun of archery than the pressure of scores.
The shoot will be on the 3rd September.
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For those who enjoy long walks and small flags why not try your hand at the County Clout! Hosted as ever by Fakenham Bowmen as part of their annual Clout Weekend on 7/8th October. The weekend is very fun, and a different form of Archery to what we normally do so is well worth a look. If you haven’t shot Clout before don’t worry, Fakenham will be holding some Clout practice sessions nearer the time.
Event Page and Entry Form

If fun is your thing then why not come along and watch the Beiter Hit-Miss Tournament on 15th October. Returning for a 3rd year to UEA, this shoot is always a spectacle, and promises to be a brilliant shoot again this year. Despite technical difficulties, the shoot was filled within 3 hours and there are already several teams on the waiting list.
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From a Coaching point of view Duffy is pleased to announce that a level 2 course is to be held within the county early next year. The cost is £350.00, will be based at the 30th Norwich Scout Headquarters and led by Senior Coach Tony Ferguson.
Dates are as follows:
Day 1 20th January 2018
Day 2 21st January 2018
Day 3 3rd March 2018
Day 4 4th March 2018
Day 5 14th April 2018
Day 6 15th April 2018
Assessment 23rd June 2018
Please do get in touch with him on or mobile 07776073387 to get your place.
We are also excited that there is a level 1 course starting soon within the county, and we look forward to getting some more excellent coaches when this reaches its conclusion.

That’s about all we can fit into this newsletter. We are pleased to see that everyone who is signed up to the Newsletter received the one we sent out in June, so it looks like technical issues are now behind us.
If there is anything you feel is missing, or anything you’d like us to make members aware of, please do get in touch to or
Best wishes and shoot straight!