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Project Rimaya highly commended at British Muslim Awards

Archery GB's Project Rimaya has been highly commended at the British Muslim Awards 2024.

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03 February 2024

The wand targets: a fun medieval challenge for archers

As a beginner in archery, you might believe that the classic five-colour circles seen in the Olympics are the only types of targets used in archery. However, while they're the most common, they're not the only ones. In fact, there are dozens and dozens of different types of targets for archers to aim at. We're going to be looking at the wand target, which offers a rich history and quite a challenge for any archer.

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24 October 2023

Club members give Field and 3D archery a go

An archery club in Gloucestershire organised an intro to Field and 3D event so members could try a different type of archery.

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19 September 2023

Delivering archery to madrassahs in Lancashire

Over the past six months, Yvonne Stead, the Regional Development Officer for the Northern Counties, has been working in partnership with Active Lancashire and Together and Active Future (TaAF) to help support the delivery of archery as part of the Active Madrassah initiative, linked to Archery GB's Project Rimaya.

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01 September 2023

A new generation of archery instructors

What are the benefits of being an instructor, how do you become one and what opportunities are available? Archery GB's Grassroots Digital Officer, Daniel Fisher-Jones, who has just completed his instructor course and led his very first sessions, breaks it down for us.

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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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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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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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09 May 2022

Stay sun safe at the archery range with the Melanoma Fund

When you're at the range for hours on end, it can be easy to forget the impact of UV exposure as you focus on the target. Now there's no excuse, as awareness around sun safety is about to get 'super-charged', thanks to Sunguarding Sport, a new campaign by the Melanoma Fund, supported by Archery GB.

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16 April 2022

Archery kit: How do you take care of a bow and arrows?

George Davidson of Glasgow Archers takes you through the basic archery kit maintenance you can do to keep you shooting for longer.

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25 March 2022

Starting university this year? Be sure to join the student archery club

As universities nationwide begin to return to a business as usual format, Izzy Carpenter looks at the rich rewards of seeking out the student archery club.

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09 February 2022

Best archery bows for beginners

Peter Broadhurst, Archery GB Level 1 Coach, shares his advice for that all-important first bow purchase.

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11 January 2022

Health Benefits of Archery

Archery has a lot of health benefits, both physical and mental. With the New Year, there has never been a better time to start archery!

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12 November 2021

Men in Sheds: Archery club brings older men together

An archery club has launched its own version of Men in Sheds - the volunteering scheme that brings men together to tackle loneliness and share their DIY skills with the community.

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22 October 2021

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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