Hampshire Archery Association is the home of archery in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands in the UK. The Association is affiliated to SCAS (Southern Counties Archery Society) and GNAS (Grand National Archery Society) who are the governing body for the sport in the UK.
Archery is a sport for all ages and abilities and is great for families. There are over 50 archery clubs in Hampshire and most offer beginners courses. If you interested in trying archery get in touch with one of the clubs listed here.
Details of the Waterside Open Western tournament on Sunday 14th June at Exbury Gardens have been added to the Events page..
Details of the Sway Bowmen Mushroom Shoot have been added to the Events Calendar together with an entry form.
It is with sadness that I report the loss of one of Hampshire's long and well respected archers. Gerry Freemantle, aged 94 years, died on 26th April last. Gerry was an early member of Merdon Archery. The funeral will be held at Hedge End Crematorium on 12th May at 3.15 p.m.
You may wish to pass this sad news and the details of funeral on to your members who may remember Gerry.
Details of the 2015 HAA Field Archery Championships have been posted in the Events Calendar together with an application form.
English Archery Federation - English & Open Longbow Championship
Saturday 20th June 2015
Broadfield Court, Bowley Lane, Bodenham, Herefordshire, HR1 3LG http://www.broadfieldcourt.co.uk/
Rose Record Status York (Gents) and Hereford (Ladies) Rounds (one way) Sighters at 10:30 – Judge Mr Peter Turner Bows to be in accordance with BLBS guidance
Cost: £12.00 - Includes tea on completion. Guest tea £8.00
Bacon rolls and hot & cold drinks will be available to purchase before shooting commences Lunchtime catering on the shooting field available (bacon rolls/hotdogs/burgers/sandwiches/hot & cold drinks etc.) (Award winning Café lunch available for those who book in advance on 01568 797918)
Entry closes 6 th June 2015
Click to download an entry form203.02 KB
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