Children’s (and ‘grown-ups’) parties

Cost:  £18 per person (discounts available for groups of 10 or more)

Duration:  1.5 hours

We have everything set up and ready to go at our indoor range.

How does it work?  We tailor the party to suit the abilities of the guests

We can run a party for ages 8 and upwards and we suggest a maximum of 12 (although the ideal is 8) to ensure that everyone gets a good opportunity to shoot.  Everyone is always keen to get started, so once all your guests have arrived we will quickly run through the required basic safety rules before you are provided with the right equipment and coaching to hit that target.  We usually allow 6-8 archers to shoot at a time, hence the guide of 12 children.   Its not all for the kids either! If you want a grown-ups party we can provide this to, and we are very experienced in running sessions with both adults and children at the same time.

We suggest around an hour and a half for your party, and if you want somewhere to bring your own cake and a few sandwiches, then you are welcome to use our training/party room for no additional cost (please ask for availability).

We don’t do catering, but we do have a machine on hand to grab that espresso or latte to keep the energy levels up, and we can recommend a local cake maker, although she does have a very long order list, so early booking is necessary!

Photos are encouraged throughout.


As you know, archery is a safe sport as long as we all follow a few basic rules.  Our insurers are very strict on how we assess and demonstrate your competency to shoot.  As a consequence we will need to ask you for some basic information before you can shoot, this will include your agreement to the rules of the range and is for the safety of everyone. 

For under 18’s a parent or guardian (the party host) must remain on the premises, but don’t fear, you can relax in our viewing area with a cappuccino, and watch all those arrows hitting the gold!  Obviously for parties we don’t expect all your party guests parents to stick around, but they are welcome to stay if they wish.

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