The club  runs beginners courses from time to time.  If you are interested in booking a place on the next course ,  please contact us via our Contact Us page and submit to Joan Gray who will advise when the next course is due to be run.

Learn field archery in the heart of England.

The course consists of four lessons for each person, which includes equipment hire and tuition from our club instructors.

Should you decide to join our club at the end of the course (we're sure you will), you will need to fill out our membership form which can be found on our membership form page and the cost of club membership can be found on our membership prices page.

We get you started with proper recurve bows - no sights or gadgets - but you will have the opportunity, should you want, to try out high-tech compound bows during the course. Alternatively, you may wish to try out a more traditional wooden longbow.

Field archery is a sport that can be enjoyed by almost everyone aged about 10 yrs and over. (Due to child protection rules we insist that all children are accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times.) Field archery requires only a moderate degree of fitness and mobility although some young children aged less than 10 yrs may find the physical aspect of the sport too demanding. In such cases, lessons are at the discretion of the instructor.

All lessons conducted on Saturday mornings last from 10:30 am until 12:30 pm. Any other times or dates are entirely at instructors discretion.

We also cater for 'Have a Go' sessions which are held at the club for groups and organisations.  Please contact Joan Gray for further information.

All lessons are held on consecutive at our shooting ground near Throckmorton, Worcestershire. You'll find a map and directions on our Find Us page. From Wolverhampton or Birmingham it will take you just over an hour to get to Throckmorton. From Evesham or Worcester the journey can be done in about 10 minutes. From Gloucester or Cheltenham allow at least 40 minutes.