Wicklow Archers is a community-based club supporting the growth and promotion of all forms of archery. We support social inclusion and equality, and believe archery should be open to everyone. This is something we strive for in our coaching and facilities.
Ordinarily, we have multiple venues for indoor, outdoor, and field archery, and hold regular club, county and national competitions. This helps us promote the recreational and competitive aspects of archery, and support those trying to achieve the highest standards in the sport. This is done through good sportsmanship, personal development and a focus on the community aspect of archery.
We believe you get as much back from the club as you put into it.
History of the club
Wicklow Archers began life as two separate clubs: Woodbrook Archery Club, which formed in 2001 in St. Brendan’s college, Bray; and Garden County Archery Club, formed in Wicklow town in 2006. In June 2012, the two clubs joined together as Wicklow Archers.
Wicklow Archers has been the largest Archery Club in Ireland for several years. Our members excel in the organisation and running of local, national and world scale archery events.
The club ordinarily holds Wednesday night indoor, and Sunday outdoor shoots and competitions across a number of venues in Wicklow, all around the Bray/Greystones/Enniskerry area. This includes regular training, field, target, and 3D events across all disciplines of archery. Many archers in the club have also gone on to compete at both national and international level.
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