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Update 20th September: Following the government change to groups meeting up, Archery GB has decided to stay with a Phase 2 return to archery. This unfortunately means that although we could return in theory, our financial position at present means this is not possible. Therefore Griffin Archers will remain closed for the foreseeable future.

 

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Welcome to Griffin Archers; we are an archery club that offers archery as a sport, a hobby and a social event.We are an integrated club with strong disabled and junior sections, all of which are nestled under the umbrella of Griffin Archers. We aim to bring equal opportunities within archery to all abilities and needs. Our club will always be accessible to all and provide support, coaching and advice to any who need it.

We welcome all who want to be a part of this sport, come along and meet us whether a complete beginner, a novice or an experienced archer.

 

 

Inclusivity

Griffin Archers are keen to promote archery as an activity for all, regardless of their age or ability. The club is family-friendly, and we actively encourage non-shooting associate members to come along and help out if they wish. This means that parents or carers of our juniors or disabled members can be as involved as members of the club. Of course, if they wish to use their childs interest to get involved in the sport they are warmly invited and will receive all appropriate support and coaching that is available to every member of Griffin Archers. Our archery coaches can bring their experience directly to Griffin Archers and are very keen to remain accessible as a club and encourage equality within the sport.

As a central Peterborough city club Griffin Archers hope to appeal and promote their activities to the diverse population of this multi-cultural city.

Our club has been awarded these specialisms by our NGB (Archery GB) based on our activities.

Our community specialism deals with the openness of the club to accept new members from all walks of life.

The young peoples award has been given for the work we do with our junior membership.