Aire Valley Archers News

Note from the new Chairman – go to Members page downloads.

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Committee Members

Following the AGM on 19th June 2022 a new committee was elected - the details can be found in the members area under committee - some for the e-mail addressess to contact these members may not be in place yet - we will advise when this has been completed Read More...

Keith Riley

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Tell us!

Children’s & Young Person Guide Don’t Let Anyone Spoil the Fun Sport is fun – it gives you the opportunity to make new friends, try out new activities and amaze yourself with what you can do! When the fun is being spoilt because of the behaviour of others, then speak out. Bullying Did you know that name calling via text or... Read More...

Bethany Rhodes – Bristol II new record

Bethany Rhodes                                Rounds – Handicaps and Classifications. The first outdoor round submitted by an Aire Valley Archer  (not including a 252 round or indoor rounds ) has been received by the records officer this week.  And In fact it is the first in this outdoor season  and last years outdoor season.   Bethany Rhodes submitted a Bristol II  - six... Read More...

Bev Detoeuf

Bev Detoeuf Anthony, Grace and Family want to inform members of the Aire Valley Archery Club regarding the sudden and sad passing of Bev Detoeuf - Head Coach of AVA. Bev died in the early hours of this morning and was surrounded by her sons.Bev’s love of archery was well known to everyone in the club, she has been a... Read More...

The 252 Award challenge.

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Etiquette

Archery etiquette A good archer... Waits to approach/leave the shooting line while their neighbour is at full draw Stays on the line with the last archer and waits for them to finish before leaving Waits to be invited to pull their target partner's arrows Is respectful of other archers on the line and talks very quietly, only if absolutely necessary... Read More...

Rules of Shooting.

It is imperative that all shooting members make themselves aware of the rules of shooting. There are copies in the club house and on the Archery GB website and can be downloaded from the link Proc0104RoSApril2017-22490 In particular we would draw the attention of  every member  - Full or Asscociated - to rules governing etiquette (Introduction 3)  and safety especially... Read More...
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