Scottish Archery Strategic Plan 2022-2025

Scottish Archery is delighted to announce the launch of the new strategic plan for 2022-2025.

This strategy is phase 2 of “Making Sport Limitless” and has 4 key strands of work;

- Improve Member Experience
- Develop Our People
- Engagement & Collaboration
- Inclusion & Diversity

These key areas will support the organisation to achieve the overall vision of “Building Archery Communities”
 

Scottish Archery Chair Jennifer Griffin said

“I’d like to thank the Board, Staff Team, members and independent advisors who contributed to the creation of the strategy. It has been a fantastic process to go through and time and effort has really paid off.  As a Board we are excited to see this strategy come to life over the next few years and we are looking forward to the members playing a huge part in this journey.”

Off the back of a strategic presentation to sportscotland in November 2021, Scottish Archery can now confirm we will be receiving a record level of investment into the sport of £123,950 per investment year and a total of £371,850 across the 3 year cycle. This is a 33% increase in investment from 2021-2022.

 

Chief Executive of sportscotland, Stewart Harris, said: “The past two years have undoubtedly been challenging for our partners including Scottish Archery and we will continue to support them as they respond to the global health pandemic.

 

"Scotland's sporting system has shown incredible resilience during this period. It has been far from easy for SGBs, and for our wider partners, but there has been a shared commitment that has allowed us to continue to make progress.

 

“This investment will allow Scottish Archery to continue to address ongoing challenges and rebuild capacity, and importantly to support clubs and communities in areas including equalities and inclusion.

 

“It is vital that as a sector we continue to work collaboratively to support the system’s wider recovery, and as the national agency for sport, we will provide additional investment and support where possible.”

 

sportscotland has supported our new proposed staffing structure and the increase in investment will contribute to the CEO post and an additional Development Officer for the sport. Scottish Archery is also thankful for the contribution from Archery GB to the new Development Officer role and the ongoing contribution to our current Development Officer post and Administrator role.

 

As an organisation we are thrilled to have these robust strategic partnerships in place and we look forward to our continued collaboration with partners, members and other home nations.

 

Our 2022-2025 Strategic Plan is available in full here:

 

Scottish Archery Strategic Plan 2022-2025

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