Bromyard Bowmen Archery Club

Archery truly is a sport for all and with members ranging from 8 to 80, Bromyard Bowmen is pleased to offer men, women and children the opportunity to enjoy this traditional sport, including disabled archers who shoot on equal terms with the able-bodied.

We are affiliated to Archery GB and follow recognised procedures and disciplines. Any coaching required is carried out by qualified coaches.

It’s nearly time for these targets!

Club Facilities

We shoot at The Clive Richards Sports Ground on the Tenbury Road out of Bromyard. See below for a location map.

We are very lucky to be one of the few archery clubs in the country to have our own purpose-built shooting hall. This is where we shoot in the winter months (when the distances shot are shorter) or when the weather is poor. In the summer months (May to September) we shoot outside on the rugby pitch.

Club sessions take place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6.30 pm – 9 pm, and Sunday afternoons from 2.00 pm.

Location

The Clive Richards Sports Ground, Bromyard Sports Foundation, can be found on the Tenbury Road out of Bromyard.  Sharing the site with Bromyard Rugby Club and Bromyard Bowls Club, our Clubhouse sits slightly behind the Rugby Clubhouse.

Postcode HR7 4LW – if your SatNav tries to take you in to the nearby industrial estate or the Co-op, ignore it, continue onwards past the new housing estate and look out for the Rugby posts!

Location

The Clive Richards Sports Ground, Bromyard Sports Foundation, can be found on the Tenbury Road out of Bromyard.  Sharing the site with Bromyard Rugby Club and Bromyard Bowls Club, our Clubhouse sits slightly behind the Rugby Clubhouse.

Postcode HR7 4LW – if your SatNav tries to take you in to the nearby industrial estate or the Co-op, ignore it, continue onwards past the new housing estate and look out for the Rugby posts!

Archery and Bow Styles

The predominant form of archery practised is target archery where a set number of arrows are shot at targets over distances of up to 100 yards for men and 80 yards for women. Juniors have their own shorter distances, depending on age. More information on the type of rounds shot can be found here.

Most bow styles are catered for with members shooting Olympic-style Recurve, Compound, Longbow and Barebow. You can see more on this topic here

Dreaming of Summer Shooting…

Joining

To join Bromyard Bowmen you must first successfully complete a Beginners Course. Consisting of three sessions usually run over three consecutive Saturday mornings, we hold these courses three or four times a year.  You must attend all three sessions to pass. More information on the course and about joining Bromyard Bowmen can be found here.

Beginners Course Setup

We look forward to seeing you “on the line”