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Membership

Warlingham Archery Club is open to all members of the community irrespective of ability and our primary activity is target archery. 

We are affiliated to the following national and regional bodies:

Archery GB (AGB) (the national organisation; aka GNAS - Grand National Archery Society)

Southern Counties Archery Society (SCAS - the regional organisation)

County of Surrey Archery Association (CSAA - the county organisation, aka Surrey Archery)

Members and visitors are required to comply with the appropriate codes of conduct specified by AGB.

Annual subscriptions (2019-2020)

The membership year runs from 1st July to 30th June.

Full member (adult, 25 – 64) £114.50 including affiliations (£54.50)
Full member (senior citizen, 65+) £104.50 including affiliations (£54.50)
Full member (young adult, 18 - 24) £ 64.00 including affiliations (£14.00)
Junior member (11 - 17) £ 44.00 including affiliations (£14.00)
Associate member (non-shooting) £ 7.50


Subs can be paid in cash, by cheque or via BACS. If you prefer to use BACS then contact Treasurer for details.

Discounts

Where there are two or more members at a single address, one of which must be an adult member, there is a discount of £5/adult and £2.50/junior (pro rata throughout year).

Members attending full time education and residing away from home (e.g. at University) can also receive up to 50% discount on the Club subscription fee.

Members joining throughout the year may receive pro rata discounts.

Archers affiliated elsewhere (with Archery GB or World Archery) can become members of the Club by just paying the Club's subscription fee. Contact Secretary for details.


Shooting fees at the field, members  (adults, juniors pay half)

Summer Sundays                        up to £2  (When rounds of more than 6 dozen scheduled)

Winter Sundays                           up to £1  (When rounds of 6 dozen or less scheduled)

Summer Wednesdays                 up to £1  (usually free)

There are 4 fee-free Sundays in the year: the AGM (June); the 3-way friendly (July); the Club Championships (September); and, the Christmas Fun Shoot (December).

Non members (and affiliated elsewhere) pay up to double the published shooting fee.

Recruitment

We recruit new members in one of the following ways:

Introduction to Archery courses  where those new to archery will receive expert instruction and a general introduction to the modern sport of Archery. Courses are normally run twice a year (spring and autumn), conducted by our qualified coaches with use of our stock of good quality bows and accessories. Upon completion of the course, the trainee will receive a certificate confirming they have attended a course conducted under Archery GB guidelines and may join the Club, or another club, if you wish.

To reserve a place on our beginner’s course please contact the Secretary

If applicants have formerly practised archery to an acceptable level (preferably as a member of an Archery GB affiliated club) they have the opportunity of joining, subject to a trial shoot where their abilities and awareness of safety rules will be assessed by 1 of our coaches. Please contact the Secretary.

Junior members over the age of 11 years are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult if under 16 years. 

Page updated  27 July 2019

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