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YOU ARE INVITED TO ENTER this event that has been arranged especially for Junior Archers in your region and beyond, before school starts again.

It is an end-of-holiday opportunity to have fun with archers from your own age group, shoot a personal best or, achieve a medal or, win a trophy or, improve your standing in the Southern Counties Archery Youth Tour or, even all of those things.

All the details are in the Entry Form which can be downloaded here

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Jolly Archers are delighted to announce that they are accepting entries for their popular York/Hereford/Bristol shoot which is scheduled for Sunday 17th of September 2023

Once again, it will be UK Record Status and eligible for Rose Awards.

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Griffin Archers, are hosting a Western shoot (Western, Western 50, Western 40 and Western 30 rounds) on Sunday 9th July 2023 at their ground near Thorney. Please see attached entry form for more details. The Western round is a great introduction to tournament archery and I am sure that Griffin Archers will give anyone entering a very warm welcome.


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At the recent AGM, CAA members voted to leave County fees unchanged for the membership year 2022/23. SCAS members did the same at the SCAS AGM back in April.

Details of the 2022/23 fees can be found here.

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Blue Arrow AC in Suffolk are pleased to announce their inaugural WA18 competition.

Details can be found on their website, follow this link to find out more.

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Alongside the ArcheryGB fund to help clubs recover/restart archery, the CAA are pleased to announce match funding for clubs who apply for the AGB grant.

CAA Chairman, Philip Watson, said "The county recognises that times are tough for everyone and particularly for clubs with limited funds. We want to get as many clubs back up and running as possible so some financial support for PPE, helping to organise socially distanced beginners courses or help with the costs of alternative venues might just help tip the balance."

Clubs who are successful with an AGB grant will get match funding from the CAA up to £150. If unsuccessful. with AGB, Cambridgeshire clubs can still apply for a grant of up to £150.

Details and submission form below.

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