Club Development Workshop – 23 March, Norton Archers

This year Archery GB will be delivering a number of club workshops across the country, with the second workshop scheduled for Saturday 23 March at Norton Archers, Stockton on Tees.


It’s open to all club volunteers, providing opportunities to share examples of good practice and network with other clubs. The day will comprise of a club volunteer workshop, which addresses how to develop a positive culture of volunteering within your club, top tips in recruiting, retaining and rewarding new and existing volunteers and the development of an action plan to improve the volunteer experience.


Other areas will include key updates from Archery GB and interactive group sessions to help grow and sustain membership, develop your club and ensure all archers receive a quality experience. We will share 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.


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


For further information please email: or call 01952 602795 and one of the team will be able to help.


Full information available here:


Kind regards,

Arran Coggan

Castles League – January results.

The tables have been built and are now available.’where-am-i’ list also updated and only the ‘gossip’ to write and post, but this will happen in a day or two. Two more months to go then we all try a new season outdoors.

Sad News

Sad news for our friends at Norton. Recently John Wray who shot there for many years was county champion several time, and represented the county for many years. Passed away after a short illness. John will be remembered for his dry wit and engaging smile. Our sympathy goes to John’s wife Pauline and all his family.

We have also been told that Barry Monaghan, one of Norton’s founding members as well as Grangefield Archers has also passed away. Our sympathies go to his wife Jane son Rob, 8 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.