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This  Bulletin Board is a place for posting all those miscellaneous things you wish to share but may not necessarily be archery related such as-

  • items for sale.
  • external club events.
  • charity appeals.
  • other interests
  • etc etc etc.

Just use our “Contact Us” to let us know what you want to add to the bulletin board!

NEWS -05/03/2019

The English archery Federation (EAF) holds events and selects teams on behalf of English Archery.
Archers who are affiliated to any of the 5 English regions are eligible to shoot for team England in the Home Nations tournaments against Scotland, N. Ireland and Wales as well as other Commonwealth Countries in the Commonweath/ Euronations tournaments.There are senior tournaments and junior tournaments.
In oder to become a member of Team England archers (Juniors and Seniors) have to submit 3 scores on line to the selection team. Events we need teams for are the Indoor and Outdoor National Championships and the Commonwealth/Euronations Games. Any one who has shot for AGB, however, is not eligible to shoot for the Indoor and Outdoor championships
Information about what rounds you can submit scores for , deadline dates and any age criteria can be found on the English Archery Federation website http://www.englisharcheryfederation.org/


ontarget Bulletin February 2019

Welcome to the first ontarget bulletin of 2019. It seems a long time ago but I hope you all had a great festive break and we are looking forward to working with you in 2019.

In this e-bulletin we highlight volunteers – our club development workshops focus on creating a positive culture of volunteering within a club environment, we would love to see you at one of these events.

The ontarget Club & Volunteer Awards are closing soon, so make sure you get nominations in, and we have a new online learning platform – Learning Curve – which we will be piloting with some of our key volunteers.

Plus, the ontarget club competition is back for 2019 – with have added bow types and a repechage for first Stage losing teams!! Take a look and hopefully your club can be involved this year.


ontarget Club & Volunteer Awards

We are seeking to recognise and reward those clubs and individuals that have gone beyond the acknowledged responsibilities of a community sports club to promote and grow archery in their communities. So….what are you waiting for, enter your nominations today – it is so easy!

The categories for awards are:

·       Young Volunteer of the Year

·       Volunteer of the Year

·       ontarget Community Club of the Year

·       ontarget Young People Club of the Year

·       ontarget Performance Club of the Year

·       ontarget Club of the Year

To nominate please email ontarget@archerygb.org stating who you’re nominating, which category you are entering them for and a few words to describe why they deserve the award – photos and videos are welcomed as part of your nomination.

The deadline is 17 March 2019. So please nominate now!

Volunteer Finder 

The Sport & Recreation Alliance website has a Volunteer Finder which matches clubs with potential volunteers and is viewed over 200,000 times every month by people hunting for their next opportunity.

Archery club volunteers do not have to be Archery GB members to help and support your club. Only those that coach, shoot or judge need to be members. A treasurer, minute taker or even Chair can all be non-archers.

Follow these handy tips on recruiting & retaining volunteers.


Club Development Workshops

Open to all club volunteers, these workshops provide valuable opportunities to share examples of good practice and network with other clubs. The workshops will comprise of a club volunteer session, addressing how to develop a positive culture of volunteering within your club, plus key updates from Archery GB and interactive group sessions to help you grow and sustain membership, develop your club and ensure all archers receive a quality experience. We will share the latest insights into our different types of members, funding opportunities and facility development.

The cost for ontarget club members is £10 per person and for other volunteers £25 per person. Delivery will be from 9.30am – 5.00pm and will include lunch and refreshments.

Dates include: –

Saturday 23 March 2019 at Norton Archers, 74 Station Rd, Stockton-on-Tees TS20 1PE 
Sunday 7 April 2019 at Deer Park Archers Ground, Shurdington Rd, Cheltenham GL51 4UD

To book your place online please login to the Archery GB Members’ Portal

Online Learning – new for 2019

We have an exciting new venture for 2019 – Learning Curve. Our new online learning platform for archery coaches, judges, and volunteers. We are currently in the first stages of launching Learning Curve and we’re inviting you to sign up to be part of it.

As the platform grows, content will be available in a variety of different media formats, including: Videos, Informative articles, opinion pieces and discussions, resources and guidance, micro learning courses along with quick polls and surveys.

We’ve put together a short video to show you exactly what Archery GB’s Learning Curve is all about. Watch the video here. We are looking forward to launching Learning Curve and hope you will join us in this exciting new development for the sport!

Sign up to be part of this new community here – the deadline is end of February.


ontarget Competition

The competition is now open for 2019!  And for the first time we welcome Longbow and Barebow archers into the competition. We hope that this will encourage more clubs to get involved and strengthen the ethos of the competition as a social event for all club archers.

We are also providing a second chance or repechage for those teams that lose their first stage match. Depending on the numbers involved we will also invite these clubs to the finals in September.

Entry is £30 per team. There is an early bird offer of £15 per team for entries submitted by 10 March 2019.  Entries are only accepted on the Members Portal – and this can be done by anyone from the club who has access rights.

For further information and updated rules please click here.


The Handy Guide to Funding has been updated. Click here to download it and any of the refreshed Handy Guides.

Funding can be easy to apply for as long as your application is written correctly and the project you want to deliver meets the funders’ requirements. Funders want to give out money, so follow our tips in the Handy Guide. Can you demonstrate the Need for the project – why your club should get funded; what Difference or Impact will your project make; who and how will the project be Delivered; how will you make it Sustainable – what will happen after you have spent the money.

A small but significant change to note is the implementation of the Sports Governance Code – most clubs should meet these requirements, but anyone applying for Government or Lottery funding will have to abide by the Tier 1 requirements. To read more about the Sports Governance Code please click here.

If you missed them, we hosted two Funding Webinars in 2018, and we recorded the second. You can watch online, and we explore funders’ requirements in more detail. Watch the webinar here

Coach and Archer Surveys

To help us understand experiences of archers, we are working closely with researchers from the University of Birmingham and the University of Portsmouth. We do, however, need your help too. You can do this by taking part in a survey which will provide information about your experiences that you have had within your club, coaching and archery in general.

If you are a coach, archer or are just actively involved within our sport, your participation in this research is key to our research and very important to us to hear your thoughts. We will be able to use the valuable evidence to develop more opportunities and positive experiences for archers and coaches across the UK.

This research is being conducted independently of Archery GB. Individual responses are anonymous and confidential. You will not be asked for your full name and under no circumstances will individual responses be shared with Archery GB staff. Full details of how your data will be used are provided in the introduction to the survey. The survey will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. We may also contact you with up to two follow up surveys within the next 12 months.

To access the survey, and to read more information about the resarch project, please click the survey link that most closely corresponds to your role:

If you consider that your main role is being a coach, click here to complete the survey for coaches.

(If you consider that your main role is an archer, rather than a coach, click here to complete the survey for archers.)

Only one survey to be completed per member.

Thank you for your time and helping with this research!

This e-bulletin goes to all ontarget club representatives but please feel free to forward it onto your members or other clubs if you feel the information is relevant to them and you have the appropriate consent from them.

As always please get in touch if you require any further information or support.

Arran Coggan

Clubs & Facilities Manager

Tel: 07525 233592

Email: arran.coggan@archerygb.org


World Archery News Letter

Alberto Simonelli shortlisted as IPC athlete of month in January 2019

7 February 2019

Lausanne, Switzerland

The three-time Paralympian from Italy is one of five athletes shortlisted for the award.

Alberto Simonelli has been nominated for the International Paralympic Committee’s Allianz Athlete of the Month award for January 2019 following his world record-setting performance at the Indoor Archery World Series event in France.

The three-time Paralympian scored 594 out of a possible 600 points for the 60-arrow 18-metre ranking round at the Nimes Archery Tournament, beating his previous record from February 2018 by four.

Public voting for the award is open on the International Paralympic Committee website until midday on Tuesday 12 February.

The 51-year-old competed at both the para and able-bodied world championships in 2017, and has been a member of Italy’s Hyundai Archery World Cup squad for the past two seasons. He will attempt to qualify for his fourth Paralympics in 2020 after finishing as runner up in the compound open events at Beijing 2008 and Rio 2016.

Nominations for the Allianz Athlete of the Month award are chosen after submissions from National Paralympic Committees and international federations.

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