THE SHOOTING LINE
ABOUT THE CLUB
The name comes from the early days in Littlehampton near the River Arun, when the club was also associated with Arundel Castle where it hosted big archery tournaments in the 1950s and 60s.
BiographyWe meet at the Angmering School and the majority of our members come from nearby in a ten to fifteen mile arc including Littlehampton, Rustington, Angmering, Worthing, with some coming from Yapton, Arundel, Pulborough, Horsham, Steyning, Lancing, and a few even further. The Club is affiliated to the County, Regional and National Archery Bodies (and through them to the International Governing Body for the Sport). We take part in the Sussex County Albion League in the Outdoor Season, and we enter the British Archer Postal Leagues in the Winter. Members frequently take part in Tournaments, either as a group or individually, and at all levels from Local to National, and in all disciplines (including Target, Field, Clout and Traditional Longbow events). Members find their own level according to what they enjoy. They can potter along at Club Level, or they can aspire to represent Sussex County at Regional Level, or England at International Level - being a member of the club makes them eligible. History of the Club