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Project Rimaya empowers Muslim communities through archery

Archery has a long history with Islam but the modern sport is helping girls and women to feel inspired and united.

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After-school archery club benefits from AGB participation project

Ninestiles Academy in Birmingham is part of Archery GB's ongoing SportsAid-funded initiative, Project Rimaya, to promote the sport across ethnically diverse communities. Funding from the project has resulted in Ninestiles qualifying a staff member to be an archery instructor, helping to introduce the sport to a new generation.

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Why take up archery?

Asim Munshi and his wife recently took up archery, joining South Leeds Archers after a successful beginners' course. Asim tells us about his journey in the sport so far

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Visiting Thetford Forest this summer? Why not test your aim at Lookout Archery - fun for all the family!

If you just want to try archery without the commitment of joining a club, there are many centres around the country offering walk-in 'have-a-go' sessions. Forestry England's High Lodge site in Thetford Forest, East Anglia is an ideal place to start, home to the popular Lookout Archery range.

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Calling all care homes: Join the Oomph! Olympics – a chance for older people to shine in sport

Throughout August, care homes nationwide are invited to join a fantastic sporting initiative to help older people keep active.

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Archery for all

Archer and volunteer Nikki Parkin explains how the sport helps her take control of her disability and boost her confidence.

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Virtual School Archery League results are in

The Virtual School Archery League, first launched in June, is helping schools engage in Covid-safe interschool sports, while also encouraging students to enjoy the benefits of competitive archery.

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Why archery is a great family activity

Nikki Bainbridge and her young son Theo are loving their new hobby. Nikki explains how archery is fitting in with their Formula 1 obsession.

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Soft archery Arrows competition winners thrilled with kits

Earlier this year we launched a competition with Clickers Archery, offering families the chance to win Arrows soft archery sets.

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Burscough Archers’ new buddy scheme empowers beginners

Archery attracts people for all sorts of reasons. New archers Dr Philippa Holloway and Stephen Reed have rediscovered archery later in life after brief encounters with the sport years ago.

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Why we love archery: new archers report back

Zoe Jones and her daughter, Harper, are among many people who are taking up archery this summer. We asked them what they most enjoy about their newfound sport.

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Archery’s Big Weekend is a huge success

Adults and children of all ages were invited to try their hand at archery at clubs around the country during the Big Weekend, 9 - 11 July (2 - 4 July in Northern Ireland).

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Visually-impaired archer Deb Wright thanks volunteer support for her early return to the range

Throughout the various lockdowns, disabled and visually-impaired (VI) archers were at liberty to continue training whenever their local clubs were able to provide the opportunity.

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Archery is inclusive and accessible

There are no limits as to who can do archery - it's for everybody regardless of physical ability. It also has numerous health and wellbeing benefits and is well documented as a confidence-boosting sport. Just give it a go!

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