The following 18 clubs are affiliated with the CAA.
Anglia Ruskin University
The ARU archery club was created 3 years ago after a huge amount of interest in the Outdoor Activities programme. The club is always looking to recruit new members and compete in some local competitions over the year. To join the club, you must have completed a beginner course. We regularly run these throughout the year, so please contact the archery club president for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambridge University Alumni
This club does not have its own website, but this page provides some contact details. This is a closed club.
We are a friendly and enthusiastic club who cater for all levels: from complete beginners (even if you’ve never picked up a bow before) to experienced archers who compete at all levels of competition in all bowstyles.
We welcome archers who just like to shoot for fun as well as archers interested in competing for us! Cambridge University Bowmen have a great record over the years at many levels of competitions. This includes at the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Indoor and Outdoor Championships, the annual Varsity Match, and the Town vs. Gown with CCB.
This is a closed club for students and staff of the University of Cambridge.
CCB is a long established club (1951) that welcomes archers from Cambridge, the surrounding areas and beyond.
CCB welcomes compound, longbow and recurve archers (and prospective archers) of all standards.
Ely Archers are affiliated to GNAS (the Grand National Archery Society), SCAS (the Southern Counties Archery Society) and the CAA (Cambridgeshire Archery Association). We have links with the Kings School in Ely, whose shooting facilities we use.
For more information about the Club, please contact us.
Fenland A/C is based in Whittlesey near to Peterborough.
The club shoots at the Sir Harry Smith Community College, where we have the pleasure of shooting on one of the finest archery grounds in the greater Peterborough area and one of the finest outdoor archery ranges in the UK. We also have a superb indoor range at the school.
The Huntingdon-based Hinchinbrooke Archery Club is a small club and always welcomes new archers and visitors.
Griffin Archers (formally Invictus Bowmen) was founded in January 2016 and is based in Peterborough. The club offers archery as a sport, a hobby and a social event. It has a strong inclusive ethos.
The Club has grown from the initial ten members and is currently one of the largest in Cambridgeshire. We have club archers who compete at National level, some at county level and some at club level shooting alongside novice archers and those who just shoot for fun. The club has a positive attitude to introducing people to the sport; we have worked with Huntingdon District Council and local charities by offering 'taster sessions' and provided "Have a go's" at local fêtes and for local clubs.
We are a thriving Archery club in the Cambridge, UK area that shoot together very regularly.
Parkfield Archers and it’s junior club, Parkfield Hotshots, is a small, relaxed and friendly club in the lovely Cambridgeshire village of Wimblington approx 2 miles from the town of March, in Cambridgeshire. We are proud to be associated with The Parkfield Sports Club, Wimblington, which provides us with great outdoor facilities and an excellent indoor social venue.
We are a target archery club based at RAF Wyton and are affiliated to Archery GB as a CLOSED Club and to the Per Ardua Archery Society (PAAS), the RAF Archery Society. Also some of our archers belong to the Civil Service Archery Association.
Peacock Archers, one of the newest clubs in Cambridgeshire, is based just outside of Cambridge at Bottisham Village College and is dedicated to providing a friendly atmosphere and a place for archers of all ages and abilities to grow and develop in the sport.
Ramsey Ravens Archery Club are one of the newest clubs in the county, although between us we have years of experience. A friendly club shooting in the grounds of Ramsey Abbey College on Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoons. We are working with the local community and looking to introduce archery to a larger audience. For further details the please contact us through our website.
Witchford Archers is an open club which shoots at the Royal British Legion, Sutton or at Sutton C of E Primary School as follows:-
- Wednesdays, Aug-May, 20:00-22:00 at RBL
- Wednesdays, June-July, 19:00-21:00 at CoE
- Sundays, Oct-March/April, 13:00-16:00 at RBL
- Sundays, April-Oct, 13:00-16:00 at CoE
The session fee is £5 per person for the first session of the week, the second is free. We also allow members to pay £18.00 monthly. If you have any questions about the club you can visit their website here.
It is a closed club.
Wisbech Freestyle Archery Club
This club does not have its own website, but contact information can be found here.