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Northamptonshire County Archery Society
East Midlands Archery Society
Archery GB
Archery GB Disabilities
FITA (Federation Internationale de Tir a l’Arc)
EAF (English Archery Federation)
National Field Archery Association
British Longbow Society

Archers of Raunds
Broad Green Archers
Corby Archers
Duston Bowmen (Formally British Timken Bowmen)
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Long Buckby Archery Club
Nene Bowmen
Pemberton Maid Marians
Targetcraft Archers
Wicken Archery Club
Wellingborough Open Archery Club


Harrogate AC
Phoenix Bowmen
Dorset Archery (the basis of our 252 scheme)
Bowmen of Adel
History of the Longbow by the Order of Rye Longbowmen.
The Medieval Combat Society – history of the crossbow.
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Targetcraft – Burton Latimer, Northants
Aim4Sport – Sandy, Beds
Chiltern Archery – Aston Clinton, Bucks
Custom Built Archery – Eakring, Notts
Merlin Archery Centre – Loughborough, Leicestershire
KG Archery – Newark, Notts
Alternative Sporting Services – Online Based Store
Quicks – Sapcote, Leicestershire
Clickers Archery – Norwich, Norfolk
Bowsports – Cannock, Wolverhampton

English Longbows by Ian Hyde – Ian is a member of NAC and he shoots and makes traditional bows.
Win & Win Archery
Doosung Archery
Seb Flute

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Toxophilus – The School of Shooting in Two Books – written by Roger Ascham in 1545 and available for free on Google Books. This is the earliest printed book in English on Archery. (see Wikipedia ). The E-book was re-printed in Victorian times and this is the version available. The second book is the more interesting (starts on page 98). Some of the work is long winded, but amusing elsewhere. It also demonstrates how little has changed in the terminology that we use to this day (see the second book). A further version in old English, but giving information about Ascham is also available here . The book was written at a time when archery training for men and youths was compulsory.

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