Our outdoor archery schedule for the period April 2016 through September 2016 is given below.
The Longhill Sports Centre, Longhill High School, Falmer Road, Rottingdean, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 7FR.
Weekends & Bank Holidays
Every Saturday :- 0900 to 1900
From: 2nd April 2016
Until: 24th October 2016
Every Sunday :- 0900 to 1800
From: 3rd April 2016
Until: 28th August 2016
Then :- 0900 to 1200
Until: 25th September 2016
We will also be shooting on May Day Bank Holiday (2nd May), Whit Monday (30th May) and August Bank Holiday Monday (29th August).
Note There is no shooting on the following dates:
Saturday 25th June
Sunday 26th June
Every Tuesday evening :- 1630 to 2100
From: 5th April 2016
Range Set Up and Take Down
Please assist with setting up and taking down the range.
If you can’t arrive at the start of a session or have to leave before the end, that’s fine. If, however, you make a habit of leaving set up and take down to other people, there will be words.
Important note: our range is used by the students and staff of Longhill High School and by other sports clubs. Shooting, therefore, must end 30 minutes before dusk to ensure that all equipment is removed from the range and stored securely in the container. This also provides time for the retrieval of lost arrows.
In the event that a lost arrow cannot be found, the staff at the Longhill Sports Centre must be informed before members leave the campus. Additionally, the owner of the lost arrow must return to the field the next morning no later than 7.00 am to find it.
Sports Centre staff should be notified of the outcome of the following morning’s search no later than 9.00 am on that day.
Regardless of your age, experience or skill level, you are welcome to shoot with us as a guest (but no more than twice each year. After that you need to enquire about joining the club as a full member).
It is probably worth your while to contact us before you turn up to check that space is available. Send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Target fees are £5, which must be paid before you set up your equipment. For insurance purposes, you must also have a current Archery GB (GNAS) membership card or a temporary card provided by your club secretary.
All children and young adults under 18 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or responsible adult.