Whitby Company 
of Archers

Welcome to our target and field archery club based in North Yorkshire

The Club

The Club is registered with Archery GB, as well as supporting the British Longbow society (BLBS) and the National Field Archery Society (NFAS).

During the spring and summer months (usually from April to September), we shoot outdoors. The rest of the year, the Club move indoors to enable members to shoot all year round.

For information on how to become a member or enrol on the Beginners' courses held by the Club, please see our membership page. ‚Äč Do browse our site and if you would like further information regarding any aspect of the Club, please contact us and we will respond to your queries as soon as possible.

Club News

Busy Have-a-Go Event at Flatt's :Lane Country Park

Last Saturday we were invited by the Friends of Flatt's Lane Country Park to run a have-a-go event at their family fun day.  We set up the Nottingham Castle range and the Popinjay and our volunteers were kept busy giving around 200 people to try archery. ...
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Queen's Baton Relay event at Whitby Abbey

Our team were part of the successful celebrations to mark the arrival of the Queens Baton Relay at Whitby Abbey on 13th July.  Our archery Have-a-Go event proved popular with adults and children alike and we introduced around 100 people to archery duting ...
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Sunshine for the beginners course

Our beginners enjoyed a sunney evening learning archery last night with our club coaches. Joining the group night were visiting coaches Dave and Karen Hunt from the Archers of Bridlington and Burton Agnes. In honour of the visitors, there was even a mid-s...
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Members enjoy ABBA coaching session

Club members had the chance to iron out some wrinkles in their technique last Saturday, as senior coach Dave Hunt and his team from Archers of Bridlington and Burton Agnes ran an improver session at the Spa.  Members taking part were using a variety of bo...
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Good turn out on sunny club night

We had over 20 archers at the Tuesday's club night last week, with a range of target distances on offer between 12 and 100 yards.  The weather was warm and sunny and it was great to see so many in attendance.  Photograph courtesy of Martin.
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Start Archery was a great day out

Our free Start Archery event on Sunday 15 May attracted over 75 visitors who had the opportunity to try a range of target and field archery challenges.  In addition to the old favourites of the castle range and have a go targets, new challenges this year ...
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