Have A Go

Would you like to try Archery?

If you are interested in archery and would love to try it out you can come along to Brinkburn Community Association on Sunday mornings between 09:30 and 10:30am. Sunday morning sessions are charged at £5.90 for an hours coaching.

Bespoke & Tailored Archery Events

Alternatively we can offer a bespoke Have a Go session tailored to your needs which will suit your event and target audience. Further details can be found below:

Venues & Locations

Providing you have a suitable secure area we can arrange to come to you or alternatively we can try and arrange a venue for you. New venues will require a safety inspection by one of our qualified officials.

Adaptable Solutions

We can offer bespoke events for fetes, fairs, fun-days, birthday parties, corporate functions, team building, and much much more. Happily we can cater to almost any community group of varying age and ability.

Community Involvement

Whitburn Archers has a successful history of attending community events and family fun days throughout the North East. We also work with charities, schools, youth clubs and associations.

Complete Packages

We take care of all of the details and insurance, all equipment is provided, as is a safety assessment and a qualified Archery GB instructor.

Fees & Charges

Fees are set on a case by case basis depending on the time required, venue and number of participants.

Stalls at fetes and outdoor events are open to people of all ages and there are a range of different bows to try out.

Cost example for a stall at an event = 3 arrows for £1.50, 6 arrows for £2 and 12 arrows for £3. For charitable work we can be flexible with our fees and often can provide a cost neutral solution to the venue/charity.

Would you like to know more ?

Get in touch by using our contact page to let us know if you are interested so we can work together to design a package that meets your needs.

Whitburn Archers
Performance Through Enjoyment
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2 thoughts on “Have A Go

  1. Hi,

    My Brother and I have recently purchased a Compound Bow and we are looking for the best way to learn and how to use these correctly. Can you please advise on what you think is the best approach for us? I’ve seen the beginners course and was wondering if we could still attend this course but use our own equipment? Really appreciate any advice.

    Oh and we are not young 32 and 45 

    Thanks
    Andrew.

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