Perth Archery club is a non-discriminatory club. We have Junior and senior members and can adapt archery for a wide variety of disabilities. We are run on a voluntary basis with club members running an elected committee.

How to get in to Archery

So, you’ve tried archery on holiday or at one of our come and try days, or been inspired by the Hunger Games or watching the Olympics/Paralympics. Or do you need an activity for your Duke of Edinburgh Award?.

The first step is to do an archery beginners course.

We are frequently asked what the right age to start archery is. We are happy to take a child of any age as long as they can pull a bow and understand the safety. If you are not sure please get in touch with us to book a free assessment for your child!

Beginner’s Courses

We run beginners courses several times a year. Our course is normally a one full day session for dedicated coaching to show you the basics of archery and teach you the safety aspects.

You then have five further sessions to introduce you to archery within the club.

We can provide beginners courses over four club sessions for those who cannot make a full day weekend course – just contact us to arrange this.

Please fill in the form below to be placed on the waiting list. Once courses are organised you will receive links to the Eventbrite pages where you can book your place. 

Unless otherwise specified our courses take place at our outdoor range:

Doo’cot Park, Kincarrathie House Drive, Pitcullen Crescent, Perth PH2 7HX –  following all approved current covid regulations.
Courses are organised and supervised by our team of ArcheryGB Level 2 (Development) Coaches. We also have coaches in training who will be helping or running your courses under supervision.

Coaching is available at each archery session by appointment and will help you to develop and improve as an archer.

Parents are welcome to leave their child at archery/beginners courses unless they require help/supervision.

We provide all equipment for beginners, you only need to bring yourself and a packed lunch!
Photos may be taken at courses for use in media releases or coach training. If you do not want to be photographed please let us know.
Toilets are available.

You can also carry on using the club equipment until you are ready to purchase your own.

We will be happy to measure you for equipment and can offer advice on what to buy. Please do not buy any equipment without advice from a coach!

There is an annual membership fee (imposed on us by Archery GB, our governing body, to cover insurance etc). These fees are, at the moment:-

juniors ~£25 a year and for adults ~£77 (there are discounts for disabled members, Under 25s and families)

There is also a monthly fee for club membership of £12.50 (Adults) £10 (Children) which is payable by Standing Order.

 

We currently shoot twice a week, at our outdoor range at Doo’cot Park, on a Wednesday and Friday evening, with sessions starting at 6pm and finishing when dark. Again following all approved current covid regulations. Indoor shooting usually begins in September with this TBC under the current circumstances.

 

The club also does field archery on a Sunday which club members can do, once fully trained in field archery. 

We have two courses available to book:

14th August 2021

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/14th-august-beginners-course-tickets-162982022617

21st August 2021

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/21st-august-beginners-course-tickets-165387126347

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