If you shoot regularly and have just arrived in Cambridge, or are dusting off
your kit and hoping to start again, please get in touch with either the captain or committee and let us know a bit
about yourself. We will arrange for you to come down to one of our regular
shooting sessions so that we can see you shoot and discuss more about the club.
We are open to both students and staff of the University of Cambridge as well
as other students at other universities (e.g. Anglia Ruskin).
If you intend to join the club, you will need to fill out the membership form,
which may be found by clicking here,
and the safety form, found by clicking here, and
give them to a committee member at one of the shooting sessions.
You may also wish to sign up to our mailing list, soc-cub-members
by clicking here. This will be used to publish general club news as well
as session times and other important information throughout year.
Basic club membership fees include affiliation to: ArcheryGB, the national
governing body; Cambridgeshire Archery Association (CAA); and the Southern
Counties Archery Society (SCAS). This includes all the required insurance and
allows you to shoot at any of the sessions at the University Sports Centre or
The club fees for this year are as follows:
Experienced members are also allowed to shoot at the Elizabeth Way Rifle Range
provided they are above a certain standard. Use of this venue has an additional
cost associated with it paid to Cambridgeshire Shooting Association (CSA) who
maintain it. If you would like to shoot at the range, please speak to a member
of the committee.
Range fees for this year are as follows:
If you are not a student (staff members or postdoctoral researchers) then you
cannot be affiliated to Archery GB under our system, and will instead be
required to affiliate either directly or through another club. Information
about affiliating direct can be found here (ArcheryGB Membership Services). Most often this is
done through through Cambridge University Alumni (CUA) (Please contact CUA or
the club Alumni Officer to find out more).
We regularly compete in a number of events throughout the year at a club,
regional and national level. All members of the club are welcome to come along
for these. The club covers the cost of entry fees, but there is usually a small
cost in order to cover transport costs.