The club would like to schedule a working bee at Archery Road for Saturday 30th of May to install the gear line and move the permanent butts to set up a short distance beginners area. Start time at 9am - finish no later than 12pm to allow the afternoon shoot to occur.
With the COVID-19 restrictions in place we will be restricting the working bee to 10 people. The work will allow those involved to socially distance, and sanitiser etc will be provided. As there will be some digging, we ask that you bring your own shovel as equipment cannot be shared.
Due to the working bee - there will be no shooting for the morning session on Saturday 30th.
If you are interested, please use archers diary to book a place - the Saturday Morning shoot will now show as the working bee. ...
First week of reopening for practice.
The booking system seems to be working well and it was good to see 10 people out on Sunday morning to shoot, as well as a small group on Wednesday morning as well as others shooting across the week.
There are plenty of spaces available during the week as well as the weekend - Sunday morning is still the most popular so get in early and book a spot if you want to shoot.
An update on the guidelines now allows parents/guardians at the grounds as long as they are not shooting and following the social distancing practices (1 parent/guardian per shooter).
A few things to remember:
Do not forget that we have a new bluetooth lock for the shed - if you had a key previously you should have received an email with password to set up the lock. If you need access send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are now reserving 5 places on a Saturday Morning every few weeks to allow those who just completed a beginners course to come and shoot (with an experienced club member present at the grounds). The training coordinator will be in contact with all of those who fall into this group. You will need to bring your own equipment. ...
2 months ago
To all members and visitors,
In line with Commissioner Stevens direction under the Emergency Management Act 2004. Barossa Archery Club has suspended Indoor Archery at Angaston Show Hall until further notice.
The Committee has also made the decision to suspend all outdoor archery, social activities and working bee’s at Archery Road and Heinemann Park until the 30th of April 2020 (to be reviewed and adjusted as necessary).
This decision was not taken lightly and the committee feel that it is in the best interest of members and visitors for their continued wellbeing.
During this time there will be no access to the sheds at Archery Road and Heinemann Park, if you require anything from them please contact Keenan, Dave or myself and we can arrange access to collect.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
On behalf of the Barossa Archery Club Committee
Barossa Archery Club ...
3 months ago