Archery and archery clubs
Arundown Archery ClubReally attractive website which gives a very good idea of the spirit of the club, which is based near Angmering.
Although there is plenty of competitive archery going on, the club welcomes beginners and archers of all levels.
Bognor Regis Archery Club
All types of archeryClub members practice compound, recurve and the more traditional longbow archery.
Archery practice and competitions take place outdoors at Felpham Community College all year round and indoors at the Arena Leisure Centre during the winter.
Chichester BowmenLarge archery club who do their thing near the Festival Theatre at the southern end of Oaklands Park.
Members shoot all types of bow, both traditional and modern.
The Club welcomes new members and runs "Have-A-Go's" and beginners courses for those interested in taking up Archery.
Crawley Archery ClubStrong archery club with a full calendar of competitions, both at home and at other Archery Clubs.
The club has well established and stable facilities for indoor, outdoor and field archery.
Archery courses are offered for beginners. There's a good Latest News section on the club's website which gives a flavour for what the members get up to throughout the year.
Ditchling Archery ClubOriginally called Ye Cuckfield Bowmen - and yes, they do appear to be a little embarrassed about that now - the club has recurve, compound and longbow archers among its members.
The club has now found a settled home at Ditchling after several moves.
Beginners courses are run twice per year.
Friars Gate ArchersThe club is based near the West Sussex border at Buxted Park near Uckfield.
Members participate in target archery all year round at Buxted and also use indoor facilities at Forest Row in the winter.
Beginners courses are offered once a year and the club has plenty of coaching expertise.
Bowmen of PetersfieldThe club has around 40 members and meets at the Petersfield School in Cranford Road, where it shoots outdoors in the summer and indoors in winter.
Members enjoy recurve, compound and longbow archery, but not crossbow.
Coaching is available and beginners archery classes are run throughout the year.
Shipley BowmenShipley Bowmen shoot indoors in the winter at Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre and outdoors at Knepp Castle from April until October. The Bowmen hold Have a Go sessions on the first Sunday of the month, where people can just turn up and see if they enjoy archery. Membership is aged 8 upwards, and the Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre is a totally accessible venue.
Sussex County Archery AssociationSite mostly concerned with archery records and details of upcoming events.
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