As of the 26th April we will move to Level 3 restrictions … or in other words “Secure from Red Alert – Initiate Mauve Alert!” Now while we will get a little more leeway with respect to capacity, there’s not going to be much in the way of change down the archery field.
What has significantly changed is how far archers can travel to take part in archery at the field. That’s important because there are so many archers we haven’t seen in some time due to the limit on allowed travel distance. It’s ok for the club Vice-chair who is living in one of our containers (allegedly) but we’d LOVE to see our travelling members back. So to you migratory archers we say … Go find your kit. Work out how to put your bow together and next time we have the field, get booking your slot … We’ll have a target, wildly inconsistent weather and buttload** of banter waiting for you. ;o)
Book your slot at: Glasgow.email@example.com
If you are not a member of GA but are an AGB member and want to come join us, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org just the first time to confirm things thereafter just use the booking address.
Time slots for when we have the field are usually 10am-1pm and 1pm-4pm Saturdays and Sundays.
Check Glasgow Archer’s Facebook for the days we are allowed access – we usually know around the middle of the week if that weekend is a goer. The school sale is still dragging but we have a great relationship with Kelvinside which is how we are getting to shoot.
**Buttload: A medieval regional English measure of the capacity for a heavy cart (a butt). Contains 6 seams or 48 bushels. Roughly equivalent to 384 gallons and that’s a lot of banter! ;o)