Big Weekend-Saturday 17 June

As a reminder to everyone we will be taking part in the Archery GB Big Weekend “Have a go” on Saturday 17 June from 10am to 4pm. Helpers are still welcome (contact Paul Seccombe) treasurer@cleadonarchers.co.uk

The left-hand side of the field will be taken up with the Big Weekend but members are encouraged to come along and shoot on the right-hand side of the field so visitors can ” see how its done “.

Cleadon Open and WA1440

Hello everyone

The Cleadon Open and Stan Patterson Memorial is coming up on the 13th and 14th of May. The round on Saturday 13th is a WA900 and the round on Sunday 14th is a York/Hereford. There are still places left so get your entries in. There is camping and there will be refreshments all day. See the link below for Eventbrite entries, we also have postal entries that can be found on the entry form page.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cleadon-archers-12th-stan-patterson-memorial-63rd-annual-open-tournament-tickets-30982892666

 

We are also hosting a WRS Double 1440 on the 27th and 28th of May. There are still plenty of spaces left so get  your entry in. See the link below for Eventbrite, or the entry form page for postal entries.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cleadon-archers-wa-weekend-tickets-30816275309

Presentation Evening

This is being organised for us by Vivien Davies who has asked me to remind everyone that we need to start at 7.00pm prompt; plus, to make sure that everyone brings their tickets with them as there will be a prize draw. There will also be a Quiz and a raffle, but if anyone wishes to contribute to the raffle, any donations would be welcome.

The last day for buying tickets is Sunday 19th March as Viv needs to give the caterers numbers.

 

2017 January Challenge Results

The results of the 2017 January Challenge are in at last and can be found here.

A few words from the organiser.

“I would like to thank everyone for taking part, once again. In particular, those who appear in the second half of the tables. You knew you were not going to win, but you let your score stand and be counted. You are as important a part of our archery community as anyone.
I was browsing through the records, and found that, in 2004, there were only 285 entries – this has come a long way to today’s 2,237. A couple of entrants appear in both the 2004 and 2017 lists – thanks for staying with us.
And now I shall take a small rest, or at very least a cup of tea. See you all next year!

Thanks Nick Beeson and Archery GB