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|Times from 26th September:
Indoors (Sports Hall)
Wednesday 8 - 11pm
Next Beginner's Course starting September 2023
Friday 9-11pm (Once you have completed the beginner's course)
Saturday 4 - 7pm (Once you have completed the beginner's course)
Sundays 10am-3pm - (Once you have completed the beginner's course) Check Social Media for confirmation of sessions going ahead
Next Beginner's Course will be starting September 2023 - Date will be announced nearer the time. Please make sure you turn up on time, and we will be registering you as you come into the hall. You will need to have purchased the union sports membership, and will need to prove that you have got this when registering. After registering you can get involved in our warm ups andthen we'll give you an introduction and safety talk. After that we'll get straight into shooting. Please see below for some initial safety precautions for before you attend.
- No loose clothing - especially on arms
- No piercings/jewellery
- Long Hair tied back
- No open toes shoes
If you've never done archery before, we have a Beginner's course running for the first 4-6 weeks of term in October and also one in January/February where you'll be able to develop each week learning the basics allowing you to shoot safely with good technique. It's important that you join this if you have never shot before, as this will let us make sure that you are able to progress well.
Find out more information on safety, competitions etc here.
SEAL - South East University League
Informal competitions against other Universities in the South East, hosted at participating Universities throughout the year. Novice and Senior members are able to compete. The event is a great opportunity to meet people from other Universities on an informal basis and build experience for the BUCS Archery Championships.
Participating Universities include: Anglia Ruskin, Birkbeck/London, Brighton, Brunel, East Anglia, Essex, Imperial, Kent, Law, Portsmouth, Queen Mary, Reading, Royal Holloway, Southampton, Surrey, and Sussex.
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BUCS - British Universities & Colleges Sports Archery Indoor Championship
BUCS is a formal event where you will represent Brunel Archery, competing against British universities from across the country, tackling the qualifiers to earn a place in the finals. The competition is overseen by Archery GB.
We have a number of socials taking place such as going to Loco's on a Friday/Saturday night, which we aim to do at least once a month if not more regularly. The photo is from last years Christmas party too. We like to involve Alumni members in our socials as they are part of the history of our team, and are able to advise and inspire the team as it goes forward.
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More information on archery and AGB can be found here
Archery is one of the most inclusive sports on campus, with blind, deaf, wheelchair users and even those with no arms being able to do the sport. Some of the benefits of archery can be found here.
For any additional information on the club, either reach out to us via our Instagram or you can contact:
Molly (Chair) firstname.lastname@example.org
April (Secretary) email@example.com
or our general email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Committee Members:
William Salaris (Treasurer)
Harrison King (Social Secretary)
Jazzy Grigsby / Nikhil Manikala (Web Officer)
Martyna Kaczmarek (Competition's Officer)
Benji Falla-Quiroz (Equipment Officer)