The Bowmen of Warfield archery club is SIXTY years old this year! That’s over 21,000 days of archery.
During the next few months we will update the website with news regarding events, celebrations, club history and achievements.
About Bowmen of Warfield
The Bowmen of Warfield is an English archery club. Our club was formed in 1963 in the village of Warfield but is now located in Binfield, Bracknell, Berkshire, England. We are the target archery club for the whole of Bracknell and the surrounding area.
Our large outdoor range is used exclusively for archery. Located in countryside near the village of Binfield, the range is quiet, very secluded and offers one of the most beautiful places to practice archery in Berkshire. We have club house and toilet facilities available at the field for the use of all members.
The field is open 7 days-a-week for club members. Distances up to 90 metres / 100 yards can be shot on the range. During the winter season, we also shoot indoors in a local sports hall.
The Bowmen of Warfield archery club has over 180 full members. We have members who shoot all times of bow styles including Recurve, Barebow, Longbow and Compound. Several of our members also get involved in other archery disciplines, like field and clout, and are usually willing to help other archers get involved in these disciplines.
For more information our details can be found on the contact us page.
Archery GB is the trading name for the Grand National Archery Society (GNAS). The website is a useful link to find out more about the Olympic sport of archery and to find other archery clubs throughout Great Britain and Northern Ireland