It started with The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy, when the character of Legolas fought off the enemy with a bow and arrow. Then came The Hunger Games star Katniss Everdeen sparking a renewed public interest in the sport. Without a doubt the popularity of Archery saw tremendous growth thanks to the success of these movie blockbusters. Families were suddenly taking Archery lessons, as parents encouraged their children to try a new sport and be just like their favourite cinematic hero.
And while some may see Archery as a fun hobby, there is much more to it than meets the eye. Records trace the first bow and arrow back as far as 50,000 BC. It was traditionally used for hunting, but is now a popular sporting contest and it’s even a competitive Olympic sport. Though often perceived as a stationary sport, competitive archers actually require a significant amount of strength, endurance and focus to perform well, making it an ideal sport to help keep you healthy and fit.
Our aim is to get you trying out Archery in a relaxed and fun environment with zero pressure to get every arrow in the gold, using games and fun challenges to help you improve your aim and get the most enjoyment out of your session
We run sessions for schools, colleges and sports centres as well as providing private tuition, plus Birthday Parties, Stag and Hen Parties and Team Building days.
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