Crieff Archery Club
We are a target archery club based in Crieff, Scotland and shoot using Braidhaugh Rugby Club during April to September and Crieff Community Campus from September.
Currently our members shoot either recurve, compound or barebow but could use any bow that conforms to GNAS (Grand National Archery Society) rules. We do not allow all carbon arrows to be used at our outdoor field.
Strathearn is not as widely known for archery as Sherwood Forest but one of the first battles where dismounted men-at-arms flanked by archers were used was Dupplin Moor. There is more about the battle in the Wikipedia entry. The last set-piece battle with archers was Tippermuir, now Tibbermore. Montrose's speech for Tippermuir is worth a read.
|Indoor Risk Assessment 2017||Health, Safety and Incident Reporting|
|27 August 2017 Competition Update - New U/12 Scottish Champion from Crieff!|
|2017 Outdoor Championships|
|Autumn/Winter 2017/2018 Newsletter|
2017 Outdoor Championship Archers