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Current COVID member and guest guidelines

While you are at the field, please remember to adhere to our covid safe rules – WAC covid19 shooting guide http://bit.ly/wacb2archguide. Sanitiser and wipes are available in the loos.

Please make sure you continue to use SignUp Genius using the link: https://bit.ly/Back2ArchBooking. This has a number of benefits from a covid track and trace point of view and also enables us to plan maintenance work while the field is not being used.

Instruction on how to change/cancel your bookings are available at the top of the Sign up page.

Whilst writing we have a few other bits of information for you…

While we were in lockdown quite a number of people have taken to walking in the area around the field and in some cases have taken to using the area behind the targets on the far side of the ditch this area forms part of our overshoot. We will have placed signs to indicate this area should not be used by walkers. Please take care of anyone that strays into this area while you are shooting. Should you spot anyone, stop shooting and if necessary politely point out that this is not an area for public use.

If you wish to score a round scoresheets can be downloaded and printed here or use your apps, please do not leave these to be collected and send a photo to records@wokingarchery.club if you want them to be recorded.

Stay Safe & Well.

WAC Committee

About Woking Archery Club

Woking Archery Club is situated just outside the Wisley village, close to the Royal Horticultural Society Gardens.  The Club membership is close to 150, making it one of the largest target shooting clubs in the County.  We successfully combine both recreational archery with serious competitive archery; for people who want to enjoy shooting in a relaxed environment. Age is no limit, we have archers from 7 to 80. Additionally, we have members shooting all of the different bow styles.

Our membership is open to all. if you are new to archery the club offers Archery beginner courses. So to make sure you get off to a great start you must complete a course before becoming a member, unless you’re an experienced archer.  Courses give a good grounding in all aspects of archery. This gives you plenty of opportunities to shoot while learning about safety and different types of bow.

We are lucky in having our own field that gives shooting seven days a week and having semi-permanent foam bosses.

The Club hosts a number of competitions. Woking Open tournament, the Woking Double (50m/60m/70m rounds), the County Junior championships, along with friendly shoots with local clubs.