The Bowmen of Pendle & Samlesbury is a long established target archery club based in the North West of England.
We are a friendly club with over 100 members ranging from 8 years old to senior citizens. Both able bodied and those with disabilities are welcome and help is always on hand from our qualified coaches.
The club runs Beginners’ Courses throughout the year and through them introduce many people to the sport. We also run ‘Try Archery’ [Have-A-Go] events, both at our ground for parties from a variety of organisations and also at village fetes, carnivals and for local schools.
Our junior members meet every Saturday morning for coaching. Some of our juniors are members of the County Junior Squad.
Our members predominantly shoot Recurve and Compound bows, but other bows, which are used as a second choice, include the Longbow and the Mongolian Bow.
Throughout the year during both the indoor and outdoor seasons the Club holds regular competitions for those with a competitive appetite and members also have the opportunity to attend nationally run events.
The Bowmen of Pendle and Samlesbury club is affiliated to Archery GB, Northern Counties Archery Society and Lancashire Archery Association and strives to promote Archery throughout the North West. The club has formed links with South Ribble Borough Council and also a number of schools in the county.
We have members from all surrounding areas such as Preston Chorley Blackburn Clitheroe Accrington and Burnley.
Please feel free to contact us by clicking: [Contact US] if you would like to find out more.
For newcomers, trying to find the Bowmen of Pendle & Samlesbury, the postcode is PR5 0UQ.
Turn down Nabs Head Lane from the A677 [Preston New Road] the entrance is 300 yards further on the right hand side
The current Boost Course on alternate Mondays in January and February 2018, is FULL . But you can still submit your name to the waiting list for the next course. Further Details click here.
Coaching Nights are changing from Tuesdays to alternate Mondays starting on the 15th January.
The 252 Award is designed to help you practice your shooting at different distances and recognise your achievements. After 6 sighters, 3 dozen arrows are shot on a 122cm face at a chosen distance.
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Registered Office: 1 Old Hall Lane Chorley PR7 5LB
Bowmen of Pendle & Samlesbury currently adopts Archery GB Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy and Procedures which can be found here.