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A skill-building activity where participants use real bows and arrows to shoot at targets. Games included!
Up to 12 people 90 minute activity Blackland FarmFoxleaseGlenbrookWaddow Hall

Inspired by Robin Hood or Katniss from The Hunger Games? Have a go at hitting the target under the guidance of our qualified instructors. Test your accuracy and aim for the bullseye!

Sessions are run by our qualified activity instructors – they’ll keep you safe and adapt the session to suit the group, doing their best to help everyone enjoy the challenge. No experience is necessary as our instructors will teach you everything you need to know.

All specialist equipment is provided, but you’ll need to wear outdoor appropriate clothing. We recommend trousers and closed-toe shoes that won’t slip off (trainers or walking boots). Long hair must be tied back and all jewellery must be removed.

Rain and bad weather won’t stop play – you might get muddy so don’t wear anything you’d mind getting dirty. If there is rain forecast, you might want to bring a change of clothes.

We can work with you to make this activity accessible for different abilities and needs. Please contact the centre to talk about any accessibility requirements.

Please note: Sucker Archery is available as a 45 minute self-led activity for those aged 5+.

If you’d like to learn more about archery, speak to our activity centres about our archery courses!

Centre information

Blackland Farm

Visit us for an adventure in the glorious Sussex countryside. From zip wires in our woodland to kayaking on the lake, our 120-acre site is packed with fun and challenging outdoor activities for you to try.

Foxlease

Set in 65 acres of beautiful land near Lyndhurst in Hampshire, we have everything from a beautiful Georgian manor house to a huge choice of high-adrenaline activities.

Glenbrook

The ideal place to get away from it all in the picturesque Peak District

Waddow Hall

Waddow Hall is a 17th-century manor house set in 180 acres of beautiful parkland overlooking the River Ribble.