Pastures Company of Archers are always keen to welcome experienced archers as new members to the club as well as new members through our beginners courses. If you already have archery experience and are looking for a club to shoot with, just let us know and come down for a chat.
Want to become a member?
Contact the club for membership fees for the current year, or for alternative membership combinations.
If you’ve not yet completed a beginners’ course with us or elsewhere, you must do this before you can become a member. If you are an experienced archer or have completed a beginners’ course elsewhere, you will need to be assessed in order to join.
Club sessions run throughout the summer and the winter. In the summer, club sessions are held at the field every Tuesday and Thursday evening, and every Sunday afternoon. In the winter, club sessions are held every Thursday evening at an indoor venue in Allestree Woodlands School.
Already a member?
Take a look at the documents below for more information.
New Members Welcome Pack – Information you will need to know as a member of Pastures Company of Archers. The do’s and don’ts the why’s and how’s, please download this and read it. Compliance is essential and assures the smooth running of the club and the safety of it’s members. Enjoy!! – Click here
Rules of the field
Please make sure ALL ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT ARE PUT AWAY when shooting has finished as there have been instances of metal target pegs and pins being left out on the field.
This MUST NOT HAPPEN as this will damage the blades of the mower and incur an unpleasant repair bill. CHECK THE FIELD AT THE END OF THE SESSION TO MAKE SURE EVERTHING HAS BEEN PUT AWAY.
PS: Dont use metal target pins as foot markers, use the white plastic pins for that purpose!
Also the container MUST BE SECURELY FASTENED and nothing left outside.
ALL ARROWS MUST BE ACCOUNTED FOR No arrow should be left on or in the field. If you lose one, ask for help in finding it. REMEMBER – No going home till it’s found and we do have three metal detectors!
Also ensure adequate overshoot for the fence when setting up the field- see plan in container. After all that…. ENJOY YOURSELVES
Archery GB Code of Conduct – Expected behaviour in this most ancient of sports – Click here.
Archery GB Rules of shooting – Click here
Archery Shooting administration procedures – Click here