New Awards Scheme – Earn Nationally Recognised Awards
We hope everyone is well and looking to get back to archery soon if you haven’t already.
Scottish Archery is delighted to confirm the return of outdoor competitive archery in Scotland after significant engagement with Scottish Government and sportscotland.
Following an increase in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Aberdeen, a number of local restrictions are being introduced in the Aberdeen City local authority area. These restrictions come into force at 5pm on Wednesday 5 August.
Scottish Government Review of Lockdown: Thursday 30 July 2020
Following on from the announcements made by the First Minister last Thursday, we have updated our guidance to reflect those changes.
The updated areas can be seen in red text and include:
Following the Statement by the First Minister today we will be working to update our Phase 3 Guidance and this will be communicated to Clubs and members in due course.
Returning to Archery – Support for Members
This programme is aimed at members of Scottish Archery to assist with the transition of getting back to archery, for most this will be within a club setting.
PHASE 3 GUIDANCE LAUNCHED
Scottish Archery are delighted to present our phase 3 guidance for clubs and members, effective from July 10th.
We have updated the Scottish Archery guidance for Phase 2 after consultation with Scottish Government and sportscotland. The updated document can be found here.
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