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Buscot Park Archers

Buscot Park Archers shoot on National Trust property. Leave the A420 at Faringdon and travel on the A417 towards Lechlade on entering Eaton Hastings turn left at the stone pilars after the cottages and the club is situated 500 yards on the right hand side (not the main enterance to the ground Busot Park House).

Buscot Park are a TARGET and FIELD archery club with around 40 members.

We welcome disabled people but advise then that we do not have disabled toilets.

Our club shooting times are Wednesday and Friday evenings in the summer months and on Sunday morning throught the year. In the winter we shoot indoors in Faringdon.

Juniors must be accompanied by their parents or guardian and must be a eight years plus.

The club is affilated to The Grand National Archery Asscoiation (Archery GB) and are members of the Berkshire Archery Society.

Why not e-mail the club secretary Adam Abbott and he will send you details of courses, club fees etc. Our activities include : Target Archery and Field Archery. Picture: Contact email: gary_critchlow@hotmail.com

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