Club Championships and Charity Shoot

We have now set the dates for our next shoots:

Sunday 20th October for the Club Championships

As in previous years, we will be setting out 20 No. 3D targets to shoot around twice. Medals in all NFAS bow classes will be up for grabs together with an overall club champion decided on a handicap basis. It is a competition open only to full Fleet Ibex members (i.e. there is no need to be a NFAS members to compete but, we’re afraid, no guests) and is an ideal way to introduce yourself to the procedures for competitions and scoring. If you’ve never shot in a competition before, why not give it a go. It is a fun way to spend a day with plenty of time to socialise with your fellow members. There will be no catering except for coffee and tea making facilities. Registration will be from 08:30hrs with shooting starting at 10:00hrs prompt.

If you want to shoot in a group please contact the Membership Secretary, Paul Harding, with the names of those in your group. It is not essential to pre-book but it would help us if we have an idea of numbers in advance.

There is no entrance fee so, as a member, you can shoot without charge.

Sunday 19th January 2020 for our Charity Shoot.

We hold this event as a bit of light relief in the depths of winter!. A course of 20 No. 3D targets will be set out as for the Club Championships. There will be no competition although score cards will be available for anyone wishing to score. All members are eligible to shoot free of charge but all guests are requested to make a donation to charity. The charity benefitting will be announced on the day.

There is no need to book - just turn up on the day. There is also no fixed timetable - just start and finish when and wherever you like.

Notice to Guests - all guests are welcome. You do not need to be NFAS members or even members of affiliated clubs. When you arrive you will need to sign the guest book. All those shooting should be familiar with the usual safety rules and etiquette. Anyone acting in any way that is not considered to be safe and within the usual expectations of behaviour will be asked to leave.

Paul Harding

Membership Secretary