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Buscot Park Archers

We are a target and field archery club based in south west Oxfordshire. Our members cover all levels of experience from beginners to highly experienced archers and we shoot with a wide variety of equipment from mediæval-style longbows to modern high-tech compound bows. Archery is…

We are a target and field archery club based in south west Oxfordshire. Our members cover all levels of experience from beginners to highly experienced archers and we shoot with a wide variety of equipment from mediæval-style longbows to modern high-tech compound bows.

Archery is a sport that can be enjoyed by all the family. Why not give it a try? See the Courses page on the website for further details.

Archery at Buscot is not a drop-in activity. If you’d like to shoot with us, you must either: 

  • Have completed an archery  beginners’ course with us or another Archery GB affiliated club, or
  • Be a current member of Archery GB (you will need to produce your card)

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Disabled Access
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Who to contact

Contact Name
Mr P. D. Wright
Telephone
01367 240 095
E-mail
secretary@buscotparkarchers.org.uk
Website
http://buscotparkarchers.org.uk

Where to go

Name
Buscot Park Archers
Address
12
Elm Road
Faringdon
Oxfordshire
Postcode
SN7 7EJ

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Wednesday & Friday from 6pm. All day Sunday in the summer and Sunday mornings throughout rest of year
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
Aged 8+

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Adults

Last checked on 30/03/2016

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