The Royal Leamington Spa Archery Society is one of the country's largest clubs and over the years has had among its members some of the country's finest archers. We are lucky to have open access to our shooting ground, so that members are able to use it virtually whenever they wish. In the summer our main club night is Friday, but we also shoot on Wednesday evenings, after the beginners class, and often on Sundays. During the winter we shoot mostly indoors.
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Did You Know?
At a committee meeting in 1958 "The committee agreed that the Society should introduce a new round to be known as the 'Leamington Round' and to consist of 2 dozen arrows at 120, 100 & 80 yards for the Gentlemen, and 2 dozen at 100, 80 & 60 yards for the Ladies and Juniors. The inauguration to take place at the Society's ground on 19th October 1958 at 2pm prompt." - The highest score at the inaugural shoot was 328, shot by Leamington member and National Champion, Roy Matthews. More interesting facts in Extracts from old club minutes
All About Archery
Not sure what archery is all about? Then for a brief description of the sport, explaining the different types of archery and the main types of bows, why not have a look at our About Archery page.
If you are interested in taking up the sport of archery then why not enroll on one of our beginners courses. You will be coached by experienced archers and learn the basic skills. You will find it fun and be hitting the gold in no time. Further details are available on our Beginners Courses page.
We can do have-a-go sessions on our own ground for clubs, societies, schools and work groups who would like a more informal introduction than our beginner’s course, or who just want to try something different by way of an evening out! Further details are available on our Have-A-Go page.
Naomi Folkard -
Leamington's Top Archer
Naomi Folkard is one of the top lady recurve archers in the country, excelling in both target and field archery. She represented Great Britain in the 2012 London Olympics, her third olympics. More about Naomi
Leamington and Midland Counties Tournament
This Year incorporating the WMAS Senior Champs
Our major event each year is the Leamington & Midland Counties Tournament. This is a GNAS Record and Rose status two-day event featuring the York, Hereford and Bristol rounds.
This friendly event has been running for over 160 years and in 2014 it will be on 31stMay and 1st June. We have a Barbeque on the Saturday evening and camping facilities are available.
Further information and entry forms on our Midland Counties page.
WMAS Novices' Tournament
Each year we host the Regional and Open Novices' Tournament. The 2014 event will be held on 11th May. Details and the most recent results are on the Novices Tournament page.
All enquiries about have-a-go sessions should be sent to the have-a-go organiser - e-mail:
All enquiries about beginners courses should be sent to the course organiser - e-mail:
All general correspondence with the society should be directed to the club secretary - e-mail: