Disabled and Wheelchair Archery Clubs
This section of ABLEze is dedicated to promoting disabled archery clubs for all disabilities including blind, wheelchair users and mobility impaired people of all ages. The specific disabled archery clubs listed here are included because they all mention disabled access and highlight a range of facilities and access for the disabled, there are of course a great deal more archery clubs within the UK and if there is not a club near to you listed here you might find one by searching your area and then asking about their facilities for the disabled. That said there are many clubs throughout the UK where disabled people can try archery. Most of these have all the equipment you need but if you become more involved there are grants available to help promising disabled archers purchase equipment.
Browse through this section with details of disabled archery clubs for all disabilities and click on individual titles to enter their website for details of the disabled access, events and how to go along to give disabled archery a try, it’s a great sport, terrific social activity and improves your upper body strength.
Located in Tenterden in Kent and offering accessible archery for all, shooting longbow, barebow, recurve and compound. Qualified to train disabled and vision impaired archers.
A friendly Oxfordshire disabled archery club for all disabilities catering for both the disabled and non-disabled. This busy website provides details for beginners and members with an image gallery, contacts and a location map.
John Cavanagh, Paralympic gold medalist explains the rules of archery for those with disabilities and answers questions about his career.
An archery club with an active disabled members section. View details of club days, fees and how to join. Includes wheelchair archery.
Archery for the blind and visually impaired. Explains how the sport works and how to get involved.
Archery club in Kent catering for most disabilities including paraplegia, tetraplegia wheelchair users and visual impaired players. Check out their facilities, joining details, coaching and future events.
An established archery club for all abilities and ages dedicated to providing disabled archery sports and facilities. Site provides details of their archery grounds, tournaments and offers extensive information for beginners.
Indoor and outdoor achery with disabled and wheelchair access. Site offer extensive archery resources, links and guides for beginners. Located in the London Borough of Bromley.
A club for disabled and non disabled archers shooting recurve, compound and longbows in Suffolk at theTunstall Community Centre near Woodbridge. Pop along for session details and how to get involved in archery with a disability.
A Gloucestershire archery club highlighting its facilities for people with disabilities including wheelchair users along with details of how to go along to give archery a try.
A friendly club open to all abilities highlighting their club calendar with news, contacts and location details.
Centre of excellence for disability archery in Kent. Details of the club, location and how to get involved in archery.
Manchester based wheelchair accessible archery club located in Eccles. Site includes images, access details and have a go information.
Archery club providing disabled facilities including disabled access and toilet facilities. Located in Whittlesey near to Peterborough. View competition, training, joining and contact details.
An active and friendly Northiumberland club catering for all abilities and proud of their disabled archery facilities. Site offers club details, contacts and how to join or just go along and watch.
Accessible and wheelchair friendly ndoor archery club based in Hull, East Yorkshire shooting on Friday evenings 1900-2100 at the Walton Street Leisure Center. Offers qualified coaches.
Details of tournaments for disabled and wheelchair archers with a list of Kent clubs. Includes images, downloads and details of the archery facilities offered.
Cheshire archery club providing details of the disabled facilities and special needs tournaments including disability league tables. Details of courses for beginners with contacts.
Based in Knutsford, south of Manchester with dedicated affiliated junior and disabled sections. View club fixtures, images, contacts and details of courses for beginners.
Ilford and Hainult (Essex) based archery club catering for archers of all ages and abilities enjoying bow types including recurve, compound and longbow. Includes club details, joining information and contacts.
Details of clubs where disabled archers compete alongside able bodied archers. Includes team details, locations and how to join.
Nottinghamshire club based in Sherwood Forest. (Robin Hood Country). Caters for the disabled and non-disabled. View their future events with club news and how to join.
A friendly club involved in clout and target shooting with archers of all ages and abilities.
A club dedicated to members of Blind Veterans UK offering details of the club with dates, events and records along with joining information and an overview of disabled archery for the blind.
An accessible for all archery club in St Neots near Huntingdon. View images, a calendar of events, club contacts and information for beginners.
A Kent based club for all abilities highlighting their disabled archery for wheelchair users and the visually impaired. View competition details, contacts and their location to go along to give archery a go.
Details of archery training weekends at Stoke Mandeville where new archers are encouraged to join a local archery club to receive coaching and gain experience. Site offers event details, image gallery and contact.
Sutton based archery club with a wheelchair accessible shooting field accessed by car park and also providing disabled WC facilities.
Kent based archery club providing good disabled access with indoor and outdoor target shooting available. Site offers images, contacts and details of courses for beginners.
Enjoy crossbow and long bow archery shooting with a disability including wheelchair users and the vision impaired at this accessible archey centre in Wolverhampton.