Events Update

Dear All, Please find below some information about upcoming events. The Fred Noone 90 Shoot - Sunday 10th October, 9.15 for a 10.00 start Various fixtures, notably our Club Champs, have had to be moved around this year and consequently the Fred Noone 90 shoot will now take place on Sunday 10th October rather than the 3rd as was previously pencilled in. This change also means that hopefully a member of a Fred’s family will be able to attend to present the trophy. For our new members, this shoot is held annually in memory of a past longbow archer and member of the club, Fred Noone, and replaces regular shooting on that morning. All targets are set at 30 metres and a total of 90 arrows are shot on three different sized target faces (2.5 doz each on 122cm, 80cm and 60cm). The winner is the archer who scores closest to Fred’s best National score. Halloween Fun Soup Shoot - Sunday 31st October, pm (after morning shooting, exact time to be confirmed) A fancy dress, fun shoot at themed targets! This event is also open to your families and friends. There will be soup and rolls during a break and also a small fundraising raffle, so please bring some coins with you. In order to help with our preparation for these events, please let us know if you are planning to attend either on the sign-up sheets on the table in the main container or by emailing our club secretary: canterburyarchers@gmail.com

Additional updates Frostbite shooting starts on Saturday 30th October Indoor shooting at Archbishop’s - information to follow soon Please remember to bring your own mug for drinks now, and to take it home for washing. Thank you. Thank you and best wishes to you all.


Recent Posts

See All

As part of the celebrations for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, we are holding a special Platinum Jubilee Shoot on Saturday 4th June (arrive by 9.15 for 10.00 start). Using the ‘70’ theme, we will shoo

Dear Archers, After three years, we are at last going to be able to present the club’s Winter Awards on Sunday 22nd May, after the Little Stanley Cup presentations. The last of our presentations was