As most people know, a condition of our reduced rent for the hall at the leisure centre is that we lose one evening per year around Jun/July time, for the model railway show that they host in the main hall, so that they can set up their little trains.
Well this years closure is 2nd June for the show on the 3rd June.
As always, my apologies for this, but it is what keeps our rent down..
Back as normal on the 9th June .. Enjoy your day off..
Got a chance for an outdoor shoot in the spring.. It’s in a small woods with 12 targets all different animals etc, to shoot at through the trees etc on a trail that weaves through..
Unfortunately this aimed at people with their own equipment at the moment however in the future we may take some club equipment…
The price will be £10 per person for members, £15 for non members for as many goes round as you want to or daylight will allow
As most of you know, a condition of our discounted rent for the hall is that we close one weekend every summer so that the leisure centre can host a model railway exhibition for the weekend..
I’ve just had confirmation from them that this year it’s on 2nd June.
So there’ll be no archery that week..
Thanks for understanding..
On a bit of a serious note, due to recent revelations with the football, I have received an email tonight from Archery GB, regarding child protection and safeguarding policies..
Due to the fact that the club coaches are the only people required to be DBS (CRB) checked and hold safeguarding qualifications, any children and vulnerable adults are required to have a carer, parent or guardian with them at all times. Unaccompanied children and vulnerable adults will not be allowed to be at the club for that session.
Further restrictions will be put in place in the near future once the safeguarding polices are updated and put in place.
Sounds like something similar will be happening with every sports club in the country to maintain the safety of vulnerable members.