Norfolk Archery Association are holding their next County Meeting, to which all members are welcome to attend.
The meeting will be on 17/9/2019, 7pm at the Bob Carter Centre in Drayton.
Any items for the agenda please send to Jason on the above e-mail.
Norfolk Bowmen will be holding an Open Day on 29 September 2019.
This day is free to attend, and will include both shooting and equipment help.
String making, bow tuning and arrow repair will all be covered, though the day is not limited to those topics so if you need anything else let them know.
The BBQ and urn will be on – please bring your own food to be cooked.
10-4, completely free, turn up as and when!
Fakenham’s Annual Clout weekend returns, again incorporating the County Clout.
A two day, two way, two clout event, there is both a Metric and an Imperial Round.
Entry is open via the Fakenham Website
Fakenham have also organised for some Clout Practice for anyone who needs either practice or instruction in Clout.
These sessions will be held at the Racecourse, on the following Wednesdays: 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th September.
The Beiter Hit-Miss Tournament returns in 2019!
The shoot will be held on Sunday 13th October, and will retain the same format as previous years.
For anyone new to the shoot, its a high energy, high fun team shoot with one recurve and one compound making up the mixed team.
A qualification round is followed by a series of knock out head-to-heads to decide the ultimate winners.
Keep an eye on the website and on the facebook page for more information!
Norfolk Archery Association
Annual General Meeting
Agenda will include election of County Officers, discussion and decision on County affiliation fees, as well as general discussions about the direction of Norfolk Archery Association.
All Members are welcome to attend, stand for election, speak at the meeting and vote on all matters.
If you want a say in how Norfolk Archery operates then please do come along, or ask your club rep or one of the committee to raise any issues you may have.
The Fakenham WRS WA18m shoot returns for its 13th running.
A popular shoot, which is a great warm up for the National Indoors the following weekend.
Entry is now open, and can be made online or by post, and we recommend getting your entry in early.
An ever present on the Norfolk Calendar, the Norfolk Bowmen Stafford.
Back again, the first tournament of 2020 in the County, and one of the main attractions of our archery calendar, not least because it’s an opportunity to shoot something other than 18m! a 30m shoot in a good venue with great organisers.
Always a popular shoot, we definitely recommend you get your entry in early to avoid disappointment.