A list of all Scottish archery competitions is available from the Scottish Archery Association website.
Throughout June, July and (all being well) August, GA will be shooting Wednesday evenings (6pm til dusk) and the weekends (2 sessions 10am-1pm and 1pm-4pm) both days. COVID might be a pain the arse and a horrible disruption to our lives, but we’ve actually never had so much archery going on down the field. Details on times/how to book.
Glasgow Archers have a new landlord. Its Hutchison’s Grammar School and the good news is they intend to keep Craigholme (to be called H@PP – Hutchisons @ Pollock Park) as a community sports hub. They even don’t seem to mind the infestation of archers they have inherited. Early days but much hope for the future.
4 months on and we’ve still little information to go on. However, after our long weekend of access 2nd – 5th April … we arent going to get any more. Events may be on the horizon.
Not so much an event as an announcement. As of 6/12/2020, Glasgow Archers have had to close their doors for the foreseeable future. Nothing to do with COVID, the facility we shoot at has been sold and our let has been terminated. Hoping that the new owners when announced will be amenable to having resident archers.
Due to a recent cancellation MRM Archery have 3 places available on their beginners course November 7th & 14th at Westquarter & Redding Cricket Club, Falkirk – 10am to 12noon. Places allocated on a first come, first served basis. These beginner courses teach the basics of how to shoot safely and are required to enter any archery club. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
The Glasgow Archers Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday, the 18th of November at 19:30pm. This will be an online meeting so get ready to exercise your franchise from the comfort of your own desk, couch, recliner chair or while tucked up in bed. Details of exactly how we will do this will follow as soon as we’ve tested our chosen platform out.
Going into October, we are having to shoot outside. Yup, every session is now a frostbite/ Ironman! Shooting times are Saturday mornings 9am-12 noon and Sundays we have 2 sessions .. 9-11am and 11-1pm.
If you haven’t shot outside in winter before … perhaps have a look at this article. Dressing for Winter. It may speed up the learning curve! ;o)
As before, if you are a member of Glasgow Archers, an associate member of GA or have already shot a session with us as a guest, you can book your session via email@example.com
If you are a member of another club and are interested in coming along and shooting, contact us at the following address for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
GA will be opening to members of other clubs from Monday 13th July – 1st session on that evening. You must be a member of Archery GB & Scottish Archery and have your own kit. To express an interest in coming along please contact us soonest as places will be extremely limited. Email: email@example.com
Please note that you must pre-book a session to be allowed to shoot due to us requiring an audit trail for track and trace.
IMPORTANT: Due to the latest advice from government bodies, not only is the Spring Fling on the 22nd of March cancelled but until further notice all Glasgow Archers club days are also cancelled. Any questions please use the Contact Us form here or on facebook.
Glasgow Archers will be running a beginners course over 4 evenings – Wednesday 11th/18th/25th March plus 1st April at Craigholme Sports Hub starting around 6:20pm. The cost should be £75.00 per participant. (max of 8 students). If you are interested, drop us a line for details via the contact us form.
22nd March will be the date of the “Spring Fling” as we transition from our cloistered existence to weathering the great outdoors. Glasgow Archers will host one of the last indoor WA18 of the season at Craigholme Sports Hub. As usual, all details can be found on the SAA events page but here is a copy of the Spring Fling entry form if you would like to join us on the line on the 22nd.