Dear BOW Archers,
Please find below the latest records report for July 2017.
Congratulations to the following who have achieved classifications for the first time at BOW:
- Imogen Walton - First Class
- Colin Simpson - First Class
- Harry Lakhiani - First Class
Please find below the Records Report for May 2017
Congratulations to Paul Bourner who has achieved his Second Class Classification for the first time! (A badge will be with you when I receive new stock)
Thank you to all who have shown interest in our Big Weekend open event at Bowmen of Warfield. This post is to outline some important information for the day.
We ask that you arrive promptly at least 15 minutes before your time slot to allow for signing in and allocation of equipment.
Parking will be signposted, it is in Binfield football club and disabled parking will be available at our club
Please ensure you wear Footwear that fully encloses the toes and front of the foot. Strictly no flip flops or sandals
Please ensure Tops or shirts cover the front and back of the body and have sleeves. Strictly no vest tops/strapless tops
Strictly no dogs
No Smoking or e-cigarettes permitted on the premises. Anyone wanting to smoke/vape must go out of the field gate into the lane.
Thank you for your cooperation & we look forward to seeing you on the day.
If you have an additional questions please email these to email@example.com
Bowmen of Warfield
Bowmen of Warfield are opening up the club to the public on the 17th of June 2017 for anyone who would like to try archery.
Click on the link below to book a 1 hour time slot to shoot 24 arrows with a coach to try out archery. There is an option on the day to partake in additonal shooting activities at a minimal cost, a tombola, food and drink will also be available.
Starting Sunday 23rd April 2017, the formal club morning shoot will begin. Every Sunday until September a suggested round will be shot by those members wishing to shoot in a relaxed but tournament like environment.
You do not need to register, you simply turn up at 10.30am, help set up the range and start shooting at 11am. The published round will then be shot by all those in attendance. The rounds have been chosen to fit in with forthcoming tournaments that some members are attending but also enable all to gain archery classifications and scores. See the records officer (Heather) for more information.
The suggested round is not mandatory, but those wishing to shoot independently on Sunday at 11am should expect to shoot on the right hand side of the field and follow the field captain (as elected on the day) for direction.
The suggested rounds are attached but also are published at the club house.
Just a reminder that if you attend a tournament then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the results and/or link to the results. Not only as an individual can we track your classification/handicap but as a club it counts towards the end of year Berkshire club awards.