If you wish to join NAC, and recently attended a Beginners’ Course, you can use the form below to apply. Current costs are shown below and you can complete the online form to start the application process. Please note that the costs quoted cover from 1st April through until the end of September 2020.
If you decide to pay by Bank Transfer you will need to provide us with a unique reference number so that we can recognize your application from the bank account. This could be your surname followed by “memb”. But the choice is yours. Your payment should be made within 24 hours of your online application. The NAC bank details are: account number 00337608 sort code 30-96-09.
Please be aware that you will not receive an automated e-mail response to your application, but you will get a viewing of the information you have provided before closing your browser. You may therefore wish to take a screenshot of this whilst awaiting a response from us – which will be within 48 hours. If you make in errors in you application after submitting your form, they can easily be corrected by e-mailing our membership secretary. Membership is subject to NAC rules and constitution and the Rules of Shooting as published by ArcheryGB.
An explanation of the costs: If you join NAC (or other clubs) you will need to pay affiliation fees, membership fees and shooting fees :
Affiliation fees to ArcheryGB, the regional archery association (EMAS) and the county archery association (NCAS). We have no control over these fees which are a requirement to cover national and county benefits, magazine and insurance. The relevant prices for these affiliation fees are shown above.
NAC Membership Fee. The costs quoted are effective for those joining from 1st April 2020 and cover until 31st September 2020.
The various permutations on NAC membership need some explanation:
Pre-Pay or PAYG? If you wish to shoot once a week or more regularly you can save money by pre paying all your shooting fees (required in addition to basic membership). PAYG simply means you pay a shooting fee at each session you shoot.
What is BBOB? BBOB is the Boys Brigade Old Boys Rugby Club at St. Andrews Road, Northampton. This is an almost 24/7 outdoor shooting site our club has access to. To use this site you need to pay an additional £30 (to cover maintenance and ground rent) plus £10 to join BBOB Rugby Club. There are no shooting fees to cover use at BBOB.
What is Disabled membership? If you are disabled you can claim a reduced membership fee. Disability is described as: “an impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on your ability to carry out normal archery activities“. We do not ask for evidence of this and rely on the honesty of applicants.
Shooting fees for each session you shoot. At present these are £3 for adults and £2 for juniors. The pre-pay option covers all these fees.
Data Protection and keeping up to date with AGB News.
Would you like to hear about AGB’s latest news including its quarterly magazine, ways in which you can support the organization and membership benefits available? If so please use the check boxes regarding keeping up to date with AGB News. NAC will keep your details safe, and you can unsubscribe or change your preferences at https://agb.Sport80.com
If you have any queries on membership matters, or would like a paper application, please contact our Membership Secretary, Dave Docker e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Once we have acknowledged receipt of your payment for membership and application, you will be a member of NAC and can shoot with us. If you require a temporary ArcheryGB membership card until you receive one through the post (or e-mail) in order to shoot at other Clubs, please contact our Membership Secretary.