Come down and try Vision Impaired Archery!
We are fortunate to have a professional instructor to give one-to-one coaching and all equipment is provided along with a tactile aiming guide and foot locater so that totally blind shooters can take meaningful part in the sport.
We welcome all members and the age of shooters ranges from as young as ten if accompanied. Our regular Vision Impaired Archery session now take place on the second Sunday of the month from 12 noon to 2 pm. But please do check the event calendar as sometimes the date needs to be changed.
If you would like to attend our next Vision Impaired Archery session
please use the contact details below.
Contact: Fred Carpenter (Archery Co-Ordinator)
Tel. 07743942062 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
South Fields College, Aspire Centre, 337 Merton Rd, London SW18 5JU
Nearest tube station is Southfields, The station is on the District line between East Putney and Wimbledon Park stations
Nearest mainline station is Earlfield
Bus route: 156 towards Wimbledon.
To get in the mood, there is some great footage of the Olympic archery tournament at London 2012 at Lord’s cricket ground at the following link:
BBC Sport (BBC) www.bbc.co.uk/sport/archery
Scroll down for a list of great audio/visual clips.
You may also find more information of interest on the British Blind Sport website:British Blind Sport (BBS) www.britishblindsport.org.uk
And on Archery GB website: http://www.ArcheryGB.org