Category: DNAA

AGM Venue Change

Following notification of the AGM to be held on 7 October, unfortunately the venue has double booked and as we are not a school event, we have had to move the venue.  The AGM will now be held at Thorpe Academy, Main Rd, Ryton NE40 3AH.  We have only been able to secure the venue from 6.30 pm…

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DNAA Fees

We have received a few e-mails regarding fees. For information fees can be found in Appendix A  of the constitution.  An amended version, for approval at the AGM on Thursday 7 October was sent to all club secretaries (the e-mail address registered with DNAA) on 5 September 2021 at 5:52 pm contains the information requested.  As we…

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DNAA AGM

Covid 19 has brought some unprecedented and trying times to all of us.  We would like to congratulate clubs who have managed to eventually open, even if the majority of the membership are only just returning now lockdown has been lifted.  We must all be aware of our membership’s mindfulness and be mindful that some of…

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NCAS Inter Counties 2021

Earlier this year the DNAA Committee advised that the decision had been made to not send a team to the NCAS Inter Counties Event.  We are pleased to announce that following the lifting of lockdown the decision has been reversed.   For this year only we have had to change the selection criteria and scores…

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DNAA Update May 2021

The executive committee recently met to discuss a few matters now that lockdown restrictions are lifting. We are conscious of the fact that we have not had an AGM since May 2019 and the accounts have not been audited for 2019/20 and 2020/21. It is proposed that as the roadmap will allow meetings indoors that…

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Edna McGowan

It is with great sadness we inform you that Edna McGowan passed away on Thursday 15 April at the age of 85 after a short illness. Edna was DNAA President for a number of years, a position she was honoured to hold. A member of Killingworth Archers since shortly after the club was formed in…

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Fred Hedley

The county is extremely sad to announce that Fred Hedley has passed away after a long illness. Fred was a senior coach and coached many of the county’s archers and helped other coaches, over many years.  He was a member of Killingworth archers and coached all over the country. He was a member of Tyne…

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