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Welcome to the club website. Argyll Field Archers (AFA) is a new field archery club with shooting grounds in the Inverawe Forest 3 miles east of Taynuilt, Argyll. The club is affiliated to the Grand National Archery Society (GNAS) and the Scottish Archery Association (SAA). The project is a joint venture with Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) from whom we lease the ground. The FCS have committed to a substantial input including manpower, improved parking, all abilities access to the practice area etc. We celebrated our Grand Opening and completion of the 24 target Fita Field course in May of 2009.



Our aim is to make field archery available to as many as possible in the area and for those from further afield as well.







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Recent announcements

  • Winter Field League 2013/14 We are setting up 6 dates for this shooting seasons GNAS Winter Field League. Attendance for this last year was very good and it can again be taken as a ...
    Posted 4 Nov 2013 10:53 by Info AFA
  • GNAS Winter Field League This winter our club is participating in the GNAS Winter Field League. The league is open to all club and other GNAS members. Visiting archers are very welcome. Dates are ...
    Posted 1 Dec 2012 09:41 by Info AFA
  • SAA Field Champs 2012 AFA hosted the Scottish Archery Association FITA Field Champs again this year on 28/29 April. The weather was very kind and we had a superb turnout. The course shot ...
    Posted 11 May 2012 02:34 by Info AFA
  • AFA Wins Sports Event of the Year Award Yesterday Brian, Dale and Adrian represented the club and received the Argyll and Bute Council's Sports Event of the Year Award. This was awarded to the club for the ...
    Posted 18 Jun 2011 06:44 by Info AFA
  • SAA Scottish Field Champs On 2 and 3 April the club hosted the SAA Scottish Field Champs and it was a big success.Over 70 archers from all over the UK attended including about ...
    Posted 8 May 2011 10:22 by Info AFA
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