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Archer shortlisted for BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year

The top three contenders for BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year 2023 have been announced live on Blue Peter this evening (Friday 1 December), with GB archer Penny Healey among the final three.

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17 June 2023

Soft archery promotes mindfulness to mosque members

Archery can take place in all sorts of settings from playing fields to sports centres but in Derby, a new project has been delivering soft archery sessions in a mosque, connecting the sport with members of the Islamic community through an activity which brings together the core values of both the sport and the mosque's congregation.

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17 April 2023

Hundreds start archery at School Games

300 primary school children tried archery for the first time at the South Yorkshire School Games earlier this month.

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02 April 2023

Mastering archery for your Duke of Edinburgh Award

Did you know that regular participation in archery can be part of your Duke of Edinburgh Award? It can be used for either the skills or physical section of the bronze, silver or gold awards (or, all three!). And, if you volunteer at your local archery club, you can also use that for the volunteering section, too!

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22 March 2023

ADHD, Autism and Archery: Daniel's story

When Daniel was in school, everyone told his mum that he was naughty and that they didn't know how to deal with him. His mum, Theresa, tried to get him into an after-school activity, hoping it would help. He tried gymnastics for three years but was sent out of class every week for being "naughty and disruptive" and "not listening to his teachers". So, he tried swimming for four terms, and his teachers said the same thing - disruptive, uncontrollable, doesn't listen.

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10 March 2023

Archery Activity Partner and Instructor Conference

If you're an Archery Activity Partner or an instructor, we would like to invite you to attend the first Activity Partner and Instructor Conference on Monday 20 March 2023.

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17 February 2023

The Festival of Archers returns to Warwick Castle this half term!

For this February half term, Warwick Castle has turned into a haven for archers across the country. The castle's archers put their skills to the test each day, showing off both their accuracy and speed-shooting skills. With clout events, crossbow challenges and target competitions, there's something for every flavour of archer to get excited about.

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16 February 2023

Archery has ‘no barriers’ in Bolton

Over 50 archers can start their journey aligned with their own spiritual practice thanks to the launch of Project Rimaya in Bolton.

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15 February 2023

Career change: Earn while you learn as an archery instructor

A former tax inspector who thought he was too old to study an apprenticeship has swapped accounts for archery.

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31 January 2023

Paris 2024 Games qualification explained

2023 marks the start of Team GB's journey to the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. But how do athletes win spots and how many are up for grabs? Rikki Bingham explains.

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19 December 2022

Try archery at the World Blind Games in Birmingham in 2023

In 2023 the International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) will hold the World Games in Birmingham with visually impaired archers from all over the world set to compete.

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03 December 2022

Amelia shows that disability isn't a barrier to archery

On the International Day of Disability, we meet Amelia, a lower-leg amputee who's not letting her disability stop her from doing anything, including taking on the GB Paralympic team!

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10 November 2022

Try archery for free in Birmingham at new archery club

A Commonwealth Games funded initiative is bringing archery to Birmingham with free taster sessions to get you started.

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28 October 2022

Archery GB and Muslim Sports Foundation to target inequality

Archery GB and the Muslim Sports Foundation are proud to announce that we will be working together to tackle inequalities within deprived and neglected communities.

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24 October 2022

Archery and the menopause: How to keep shooting

Once a taboo subject in our society, discussions of the menopause have historically been kept behind closed doors, but not anymore. More and more research is being conducted to understand and extract benefits from the relationship between sport and the menopause. Vic Williams, Archery GB?s Regional Development Officer for Wales, shares her tips on how to shoot through the menopause.

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04 October 2022

Keeping Your Child Safe in Sport Week - 3-9 October

Everyone can play their part in keeping young people safe in archery and that?s why Archery GB are proud to support the NSPCC?s Keeping Your Child Safe in Sport Week.

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