Welcome to Belvoir Archers
A new and exciting dynamic archery club in the Vale of Belvoir
where you can just “shoot your bow”
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Belvoir Archers have been watching the Covid Rates and also the vaccination programme. With the majority of over 18s not having their second jab until mid September 2021 and the threat of the new variations of Covid-19, we have decided that it would be safer for us to postpone our shoots.
with this in mind, our updated schedule will be
WRS WA720 17th July 2021 moved to 16th July 2022 (awaiting approval from AGB with the WRS status move)
Summer Windsor 21st August 2021 moved to 20th July 2022 — UKRS removed this year
Winter Windsor 18th September 2021 moved to 17th September 2022
entry forms will be available later in the year
Due to the Covid Pandemic, we have rescheduled our 2021 tournaments to later in the year so that we can get away from the winter threat and hopefully more people are vaccinated.
WA720 moved from 10th April to 17th July
Summer Windsor moved from 17th July to 21st August — UKRS removed this year
Winter Windsor planned for 18th September
The 2 & 3 shoot will be under review
These dates may change depending on how the year pans out, but in the mean time, stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all in the summer on an archery field
Due to the Covid-19 virus, Belvoir Archers have sadly taken the decision to cancel all of our 2020 tournaments.
we have moved our Record Status over to 2021, so the dates of our next tournaments will be
10th April 2021 Double WA720 (50m and 70m) World Record Status
19th June 2021 The 2 and 3 shoot
17th July 2021 10th Summer Windsor UK Record Status
18th September 2021 10th Winter Windsor
Entry forms will be available shortly on this website and the EMAS Tournament Calendar
It is with sadness that I have to inform you all that Belvoir Archers are cancelling the WA720 on Saturday 11th April.
We have been watching the developments of the Covid-19 virus. Continue reading
Saturday 20th July saw Belvoir Archers hold their 9th Summer Windsor.
It was an interesting day, sunny spells, heavy rain, light breeze, hurricane force winds. The shoot had to be abandoned at change of distance from 50 to 40 yards (after 6 dozen) due to Thunder and Lightning in the local area. We had already had two periods of heavy rain where the judges held the shoot and sent everyone for cover.
Thankyou to everyone who came and stayed for the day, to our Judges Mario Stankovic and Janet Short, our Lord Paramount (and birthday boy) Peter Sanderson and all the club members who worked hard to make the day go well.
not to forget our Sponsors, Custom Built Archery for their continued sponsorship of our tournaments. Continue reading
Tomorrow sees our 9th summer windsor open competition.
Note – there is no food van on the field this time Continue reading
The club safeguarding page is now complete. As a club we have adopted the AGB Policies on safeguarding as best practice.
The policies are accessible via the Safeguarding Page and we would ask that all members look at those documents, which explain all of our responsibilities in relation to safeguarding the welfare of our fellow members within the club environment.
There are also links to Codes of Practice for our different categories of members. You should ensure that you are aware of the codes that apply to you, as breaches of these codes can result in further action.
Belvoir Archers are holding the first of the 2 and 3 shoots on Saturday 22nd June.
Assembly is at 1pm, with sighters at 1-15 Continue reading
Belvoir Archers next beginners course starts on 27th July 2019 and runs for 4 consecutive Saturdays
Saturdays July 27th, Aug 3rd, 10th, 17th 11am to 2pm Continue reading
Last year we introduced the 2 and 3 shoot to encourage archers to go out and shoot tournaments. Well, it is back again this year, but this time, Bramcote Archery Club and Beeston Rylands Archers are also going to run a 2 and 3 shoot to encourage everyone.
To be able to shoot in the 2and3 shoot, you must be a 2nd or 3rd class archers.
Each bow class and gender will be competing against archers of their own class. so 3rd class gents recurve shoot against 3rd class gents recurve, 2nd class ladies longbow shoot against 2nd class ladies long bow …..
awards will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in categories. Continue reading
Sunday 13th April saw 80 archers brave the cold, hail and wind to compete in our annual WA50m and WA70M.
It was nice to see Steve, Lisa and Zoe come over again from Guernsey Archers. Continue reading
The 2019 outdoor season is up on us and the first arrows of our first tournament of the year take off at 8.30 on Saturday 13th April 2019 Continue reading
It was a cold, wet and windy day, but 34 brave archers turned out to shoot the 8th Winter Windsor.
No world records were set today, but everyone enjoyed themselves (although there were a few questions as to “why are we doing this” were raised behind the shooting line.
A big thankyou goes out to all who attended and stayed for the day, Judges Mark Edwards and Mario Stankovic, our Lady P – Helen Faulkner, Maurice Clarke for making the trophies and once again Tony Drabble and Custom Built Archery for sponsoring our events. Continue reading
Belvoir Archers held their 2nd 2 and 3 shoot of the year.
Again, it was well received by the archers who took part.
full results list below. Continue reading
Another hot day at Belvoir Archers on Saturday 21st July saw a number of archers turn out to shoot the Windsor.
Bernie Dicks once again shot a perfect round, whilst Georgia Green from Six Towns COA shot a UK Record (Subject to ratification) and her Six Gold End Continue reading
Sunday 24th June saw Belvoir Archers host the first “2 and 3 shoot”
The “2 and 3 Shoot” was developed to help develop archers and give 2nd and 3rd class archers a stepping stone into archery tournaments with out having the “big guns” there hammering the middle of the boss. Continue reading
To help encourage archers to start shooting tournaments, we will be running a new shoot called the “2 and 3 shoot”
It is for all archers who have not acheived their ArcheryGB 1st Class yet.
Each bow style and classification will have awards of their own, so a 3rd Class Gents Recurve will be in a different awards structure to a 2nd Class Gents Recurve – and so on. Continue reading
Saturday saw Belvoir Archers host their 3rd World Record Status WA720 event. It was a pleasant day, overcast with sunny intervals and little breeze. 21 bosses were used, with 79 archers taking part.
We would once again like to thank Custom Built Archery for sponsoring this event. Continue reading
Saturday is our Double WA720. The field is currently in good condition so the shoot will still go ahead, but we may need to park archers on the car parks across the road. We would like to thank Tarmac in advance for them allowing us to use their car parks. Continue reading
The 7th Winter Windsor was contested yesterday with a turnout of 51 out of 59 archers who booked in. The weather held off all day, a little breezy, over cast but dry until all tents were packed away and we sat down for what turned out to be a wet presentation. Continue reading
It was an interesting shoot at the weekend, the wind was a bit tricky to say the least.
76 archers remained registered on the Friday night (there were numerous changes though the days leading up to the shoot) and 70 archers actually braved the weather. Continue reading
Well, what a day. For a change this summer, we had sunshine (lots of it) and little wind.
The day went well, with 2 National Records being shot (Subject to ratification) by Jenny Bryan and by 2 fletching Bernie Dicks who shot a perfect score (even though he finished with 2 fletchings on most of his arrows). Continue reading
Following our successfull Double WRS WA720 on Saturday 16th April, we will be holding the event again on Saturday 15th April 2017. more details will follow.
Entries are already coming for our UKRS Windsor on Saturday 23rd July 2016, which is being sponsored by Custom Built Archery. Continue reading
Belvoir Archers held their first Double World Record Status World Archery 50m, 60m Cadet and 70m tournament on Saturday. The weather was a mixed bag of rain, wind, sleet, hale stones and sunshine. The day went well with over 70 archers braving the weather (many of the archers from Lincolnshire and the east coast had upto 3″ of snow on their cars when they got up). Continue reading
All is on track for our Double WRS WA50m 60m and 70m on Saturday 16th April.
All 20 bosses are fully booked
There will be a refreshments van on the field for breakfast and lunch from 7am Continue reading
Saturday saw Belvoir Archers host their 5th Winter Windsor. The weather gods were with us, so was Bernie Dicks on his 50 (again) birthday. We had a record breaking 68 archers booked in for the October shoot, with only 2 non shows on the day.
The Lord Paramount for the day was Chris Joyce, Chairman of Belvoir Archers, and our Judges were Mario Stankovic and Christopher Lowe (on his last formal judging duty in Belvoir Archers before the family depart for their new lives in Australia in January).
Everyone shot on our new foam layered targets, funded by recent training venue grant by Sport England. Some Regional and County records were broken or equalled, which means more work for Sue Haynes our County and Regional Records Officer.
Darren, who had only finished his beginners course 5 weeks ago, shot for the first time and took a number of photos which can be seen here WINTER WINDSOR PHOTOS
Belvoir Archers are pleased to announce that they have been successful in gaining a grant from Sport England to help get our outdoor coaching facility up and running. Continue reading
Belvoir Archers would like to thank PAM SAINT-GOBAIN for their generous donation of 6 x 3 legged target stands, Arrow Box for our beginners course and some paint for our new container that is coming soon. Continue reading
The next beginners course will start in November 2015.
Sunday 15th November 2015
Sunday 22nd November 2015
Sunday 29th November 2015
Sunday 6th December 2015
MINIMUM AGE 13 – NO MAXIMUM AGE Continue reading
Belvoir Archers will be hosting 2 tournaments again this year.
for more information and entry forms, click on the links below
The Summer Beginners course will start on Friday 22nd May 2015 at 6pm.
The next beginners course will be in March 2015. The course will consist of 4 sessions, 2 indoors at Cotgrave Leisure Centre and 2 outdoors at our field in Barnstone. Continue reading
The first course beginners course starting in April 2014 is now fully booked. The next course will be end of March/April 2015 split between the Barnstone Field and at the indoor venue in Cotgrave Leisure Centre – more dates and details to follow.
In the mean time, we will be holding a number of 2 hour taster sessions on Thursday eveings 6.30pm to 8.30pm our outdoor venue at Barnstone. Continue reading
Saturday 15th March saw our 4th Founder Members shoot, with the 26 archers shooting on a dry but windy day.
Honours in the Senior Trophy went to Steve Evans, whilst his daugter Alanna was pipped at the post by Max Wood shooting for only the 2nd time at 30 yards. Continue reading
Congratulations to Martin Jones for passing his Level 1 coaching course at the weekend. Continue reading
We have allocated an extra coach to the course in April, so we have 3 new adult places left.
Belvoir Archers are running a beginners course at Cotgrave Leisure Centre during February and March 2014. There are still 6 places left. … Continue reading
The summer season is all but over, the nights are drawing in and the wind is getting chilly. The field will still be available during the winter for outdoor shooting if you so wish. I would not advise shooting if it is below freezing as it may damage the structure of your bows – especially the longbow archers amongst us. Continue reading
The club held their 3rd Winter Windsor on Sunday 20th October. The weather was fairly kind to us,with the rain holding off until Sue presented the Ladies Recurve Trophy to Ruth Welsh of The Foxes (I think it was Sue’s tears at not winning), how ever the wind did prove challenging to some. Simon Holmes did try to convert his compound into a weather vane by throwing it up the field to see which way the wind was blowing.. Continue reading