Disability Archery

DIability archery for beginners & experienced archers, training, coaching, competition around London & South East.

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    Havering Disabled Sports Association
    HDSA is a club based at the Broxhill Centre Romford providing opportunities for disabled archers, all abilities and ages including beginners welcome. Local archers are already in training for Rio 2016.
    RM4 1XN
    01708 780360

    Archery GB
    Information on everything to do with archery from clubs and opportunities for beginners, archery for juniors & schools, events & competitions, results & news, disability archery, Team GB, the Olympic effect, development of the sport & more.
    01952 677888

    Elite Archery Coaching
    Disability archery lessons & coaching in Chiswick West London 7 days a week, Adrian Thomas is an experienced archery coach in a variety of physical disabilities offering superb ongoing coaching from beginner standard to highly advanced shooting levels.
    W4 2SH
    07702 048727

    Oakfield Archers
    Disability archery in Essex, located in the Ilford area within M25, access to Essex, Kent & London. Beginners courses, coaches have attended Sport Coach UK Disability workshops, visually impaired & deaf courses, wheel chair access to ranges.
    Ilford - Hainault
    020 8551 1074

    Centre of Excellence for Disability Archery in Kent, CEDAK specialise in helping disabled people get involved in the sport and coach them to the level they aspire to. Coaching for beginnes & experienced shooters at Valence School, close to Sevenoaks.
    Westerham, Kent

    Young Archers
    Young Archers run weekly archery classes for children & young people from 7 to 17 in Southwark SE London. Disability provision for the deaf, those with visual impairment, learning disabilities, mental health conditions & physical impairment.
    Jamaica Road, Southwark
    SE1 4BD
    07548 460956

    Thomas Wall Archers
    Sutton based archery club with members ranging from 9 - 80 years of age, situated in Thomas Wall Park. Beginners courses three times a year from 9yrs for all abilities from complete novice to refresher courses, welcome archers with disabilities.
    Sutton, Surrey

    Southfields Archery Club
    SW London archery club near Wimbledon based at the Aspire Centre for indoor archery with a new Olympic distance outdoor range. They coach blind archers & those hard of hearing, and there is the potential to help more with other disability archers.
    SW18 5JU
    07866 421613

    The British Wheelchair Archery Association
    Information on all aspects of archery from grassroots to elite level training. New archers are encouraged to join a local archery club for coaching & experience, then encouraged to attend an archery training weekend at Stoke Mandeville.
    01924 862779

    The Worshipful Company of Fletchers
    Their main charity is archery for the disabled and they hold an annual tournament for disabled archers at the Royal Toxophilite ground at Burnham. Apart from supporting paralympic archers they have set up a new club for disabled children in Greenwich.
    020 3638 4039

    Greenwich Archers
    New children's archery club in Greenwich South London run by the South London Special League. The children meet up once a week and are coached by Maggie Woolfe, a specialist in disabled coaching and affiliated to archerygb.
    020 8319 8111

    Crystal Palace Bowmen
    Friendly archery club in Beckenham that works with disabled archers, visual, physical or otherwise, and has trained coaches to do so. Run special sessions for people with disabilities giving special attention, usually during the week or holidays.
    Beckenham, Kent
    020 8650 4648

    2020 Archery
    Active club offering disability indoor archery operating 5 days a week in the London Bridge area of Southwark. Funded by various grants they can teach deaf, handicapped, visually impaired & disabled participants in junior & adult club sessions.
    London Bridge
    020 3130 6797