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club in Gloucestershire area

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> Hi, > Any recommendations for a club in the > Gloucester area (UK)?

<sigh> this time I’m going to teach a man to fish </sigh> go to http://www.gnas.org/home1.htm Click on "How to …." Click on "… find your local club" Click on "Western Counties" scroll down to Gloucestershire and there’s a link! follow it to http://www.gloucestershirearcherysociety.co.uk/ Click on "club map" chose a club Any of these clubs will have access to coaching at club, county, regional and national level. Hope this helps HooDooWitch p.s. Welcome back to archery etc..

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Whereabouts in Glos. are you?  I can tell you your nearest club, if you like. HTH, -Mac

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> Whereabouts in Glos. are you?  I can tell you your nearest club, if you > like.

I’m in Newent (nr Glos), but i’m looking for recomendations based on the place and people as much a geographic (which I can get from GNAS). Thanks! DV

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> Whereabouts in Glos. are you?  I can tell you your nearest club, if you > like. > I’m in Newent (nr Glos), but i’m looking for recomendations based on the > place > and people as much a geographic (which I can get from GNAS). > Thanks! > DV

In that case, you might want to check out "Cheltenham Archers" (I shoot part-time with them too).  Great club, IMHO.  "Black & Gold" (Glos.) are a pretty good crowd too. Have you looked at www.gloucestershirearcherysociety.co.uk ? -Mac

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> In that case, you might want to check out "Cheltenham Archers" (I shoot > part-time with them too).  Great club, IMHO.  "Black & Gold" (Glos.) are a > pretty good crowd too.

Second that – I shot with Cheltenham Archers for a year while I was based there, but Black And Gold made it a hard decision on which lot to join! Jonny

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Hi, Any recommendations for a club in the Gloucester area (UK)? I haven’t shot for a couple of years, so will be nuff rusty! I’d prefer a smallish club, and I shoot compound. I’ve shot the bow once every few months, just to make sure nothing seizes up, and it’s feeling good. I used to shoot for Bowmen of the Deans, but their Thursday night meetings clash with university (although any other night would be fine). Obviously, somewhere with an indoor range would be useful in the inclement weather. I could travel to Herefordshire or Worcestershire if it’s for the right club. I’m not looking to get amazing at the sport, but want somewhere friendly, where I can get appropriate coaching to get me back into it. Thanks! Daniel Vesma

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