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  • 11 June, 2021

    At last a date has been set for the AGM Maintenance day for 2021. This will be Sunday June 27th.The AGM will begin at 10 am followed by maintenance.

    We will follow the maintenance with a BBQ. Family members are welcome to the barbie.
    If however the Government does not ease all covid restrictions by then we will have to limit the numbers to club members only.

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  • 11 June, 2020

    The dates are,
    Friday June 18th - coaches and beginners only, 1830 for one hour.
    Saturday,  June 19th 1300-1600
    Tuesday,   June 22nd 1800-2000
    Saturday,  June 26th 1300-1600
    Tuesday,   June 29th 1800-2000

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  • 11 June, 2020
    The Club is open for Wednesday and Sunday Shooting

    Please book a target through the Whats App group.

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Welcome to our club!

Beginners Course 2021.  We are pleases to announce that we will be holding a beginners course starting on Friday June18th.  Our Beginners officer Elaine will be in with everyone who has registered an interest in the beginners course.

For further information please contact:
Beginners' Office
Clive at

For all other enquires contact:
Clive at 

About Us

The club practices archery in the archery field at the east end of the village by kind permission of St John of God Hospital. The club is affiliated to GNAS and open to adult and junior members who meet every week to practice archery. Certain club tournaments are held each year at which trophies and awards are competed for by club members at all levels and skill.

The members of the club are from all walks of life, young and old, fit and not so fit. We have one thing in common – we enjoy archery. Some members are keen to progress and shoot in competitions while others prefer a more relaxed approach and enjoy the shooting and the company of friends. The club is based in Scorton. The present club was started on 19th January 1951 with just twenty members and there are now around 50, including a junior section. The club has links to the past and of course the Scorton Silver Arrow.