Fleet Ibex Field Archery Club
We are a field archery club affiliated to the National Field Archery Society [NFAS].
We shoot in fifty acres of managed woodlands on the Surrey / Hampshire border. Our nearest town is Bordon on the A325 about six miles south of Farnham, Surrey.
We have two permanent courses - each with around 20 targets - and can be shot 365 days a year with a few days omitted for events and event preparation. We usually organise three open shoots each year when any members of the NFAS are welcome to attend and one annual club championship shoot which is open to members only.
We are a friendly club with members of all abilities and shooting styles. If you would like to join us, details can be found on the "Membership" page.
Please note that Fleet Ibex Field Archery Club is not affiliated to any organisation which promotes hunting. We are a field archery only club and shoot at 3-D foam targets or paper faces only. We believe that the challenge of Field Archery is in pitting the skills of the archer against those of the course setter, using terrain and foliage to place the targets in as natural a setting as possible. Practice with hunting "Broadhead" arrows is strictly prohibited on Fleet Ibex grounds and only target points are permitted.
Start times for shoots:
Registration from 0900hrs
Assembly about 0945hrs
Start about 1000hrs
Planned shoots for 2018:
Sunday 1st April 2018 Easter Open - 40 3Ds
Sunday 20th May 2018 Clive Freemantle Memorial Open - 40 3Ds
Sunday 12th August 2018 Ken Dendle Memorial Trophy Open
Date To Be Confirmed Club Championship Shoot
PLEASE NOTE THAT TO SHOOT IN ANY OF THE OPEN SHOOTS, YOU MUST BE A FULL NFAS MEMBER AND MUST PRESENT A CURRENT NFAS (2018 - 2019) MEMBERSHIP CARD.
All Open shoots are Pre-book and Pre-pay only. Application forms can be downloaded from the "Downloads" section of this site or by clicking HERE. Please note that this year we have had to increase the shoot fees to £7.
Please do not turn up on the day hoping for a place as our shoots are oversubscribed and you will be disappointed.