About Our Club
Our club grounds are based at the Pickhill Business Centre on the edge of Tenterden in Kent.
We shoot various bowstyles which include longbow, barebow, recurve and compound.
The field is set up for 100 yards, 80 yards, 60 yards, 50 yards, 40 yards, 30 yards and 20 yards. The indoor range is set for 18 metres and 20 yards. With level access to the field and indoor range from the car park.
We now have three fully quialified Coachs that are always willing to help you improve your archery skills.
Members have 24/7 access of both the indoor and outdoor shooting facilities, daylight permitting.
We think you will find us to be a very friendly bunch so please feel free to pop along to one of our official Saturday morning shoots between 9:30am to approx 1:00pm to find out more about us and what we do or see below to email us.
Please feel free to email Didier, the Club Chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be more than happy to help you with any questions you may have.
Our Training Courses
All equipment is supplied and you have a chance to shoot various types of bow, meet new friends and have an enjoyable time.
We have coaching staff at the club who hold enhanced disclosure CRB checks and certificates of attendance to Safe Guarding and Protection of Children.
We run beginner courses throughout the year please see the DIARY DATES page for the next course dates and more information.
As a Club we welcome visitors from both the UK and from overseas to join us at our weekly Club shoot on Saturday mornings between 9:30 am and 1:00 pm. You are also welcome to shoot at the Club at other times providing you are accompanied by an adult "Full Member" of 1066 Archery Club. For visitors shooting as a guest for more than 4 sessions in any calendar year, we would ask that you take-up Associate Membership of 1066 Archery Club.
The cost to shoot per archer per session is:- Adults (over 18 years of age) £5 Juniors (under 18 years of age) £2.50.
For UK visitors we require:- Evidence of your membership of Archery GB
For overseas visitors we require:- Evidence of your membership to your archery organisation back home, which would also need to be affiliated to World Archery, together with evidence of the insurance cover you have to shoot in the UK. (This may be included in your travel insurance, but you would need to check what activities are covered within your policy.)