A derby based archery club celebrating 10 years of existence

A bit about us

What we are about and what we do.
"A family-oriented, field archery club"

Pride Park Archers is an established, family-oriented, field archery club. We were set up in 2006 by a small group of experienced archers. Our aims are to provide a safe, friendly environment, where people of all ages and backgrounds can take part in a challenging, enjoyable sport. We have two nationally trained coaches and regularly coach beginners at our indoor training facility as well as our outdoor training wood. We encourage our members to enjoy the sport at whichever level suits them. We have members who shoot purely for recreation, others who compete and win at national championship level and every level in between; having said that the sport is about having fun and enjoying yourself.

Club Members

Here are some of people who keep us on target. To see more about them please click Here
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Dave Haynes

Dave Haynes, our glorious leader, has been chairman of the club since its inception in 2016. He has shot a number of styles including barebow, long bow and bowhunter. He currently shoots hunting tackle, left handed.
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Patrick Morrow

Pat morrow joined the club in 2007, as a new member and has shot styles including; bare bow, hunting tackle, bow hunter, cross bow and shoots primitive at the moment. He is also one of the club’s two coaches. He has most recently achieved a bronze medal in the NFAS 3D national Championships.
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Gavin Giles

Club Secretary
Gavin Giles has been a member since 2006 and has been secretary since 2014. He organises the club’s competition entries and sorts out the day-to-day administration of the club. He has shot bare bow and hunting tackle and now shoots bow hunter.
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Drew Heyes

Club Treasurer
Drew Heyes has been a member since 2012 and has been holding the purse strings, tightly, since 2014. He has shot bare bow and hunting tackle and now shoots bow hunter.
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Jill Haynes


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