Update 22nd February: Following the latest government announcement regarding a gradual easing of the current restrictions. Our current understanding is that we will not be able to return to outdoor shooting until end of March (dependant on facilities restrictions) – we await Archery GB guidelines for clarification.

Until that has been received, Griffin Archers will remain closed to both outdoor and indoor shooting. We look forward to returning as soon as it is permitted.


Welcome to the online home of Griffin Archers. We are an archery club that offers archery as a sport, a hobby and a social event. Our club has strong adult, disabled and junior sections, all of which are nestled under the umbrella of Griffin Archers. It is our aim to bring equal opportunities within archery to all abilities and needs.

Through our online home we hope to be able to promote the sport of archery and its benefits to overall fitness and health.

Griffin Archers 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. Contact us here if you would like to chat with us about a beginners course or to join the club.


Griffin Archers are keen to promote archery as an activity for all, regardless of their age or ability. The club is most definitely family-friendly, and we actively encourage non-shooting associate members to come along and help out if they wish.

Parents or carers of our juniors or disabled members can be as involved as members of the club. Parents – do you want to be involved? Do you wish to use your child’s interest to get involved in the sport – whether as Archer or volunteer. You will find a warm welcome at Griffin Archers.

Our coaches provide support and coaching to every member of Griffin Archers. They bring their knowledge and experience directly to the membership.

Accessibility for all is very important to us, and we are very keen to 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.