The club operates under the rules of the National Field Archery Society (NFAS).
NFAS field archers pit their wits, bows and arrows against various types of target: photographs, painted hessians and 3D models of animals.
We do not condone the hunting of animals with bow and arrow, which is illegal in the UK. And while bacon butties are the standard fayre of NFAS field archers, some of us are even vegetarians...
The High Cross Field Archery course is situated in undulating deciduous woodland. Shots can vary from long to very short; level, uphill and down.
All our kit and 3D targets are kept in a dry, secure unit just 5 minutes down the road, so setting up for open and friendly shoots is quick and easy.