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Maghull, Liverpool, UK
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About the Club
When does the Club meet?

April to September:
Outdoors on Thursdays and Saturdays

October to March:
Indoors on Thursdays

Where does the Club meet?

The Club meets at Deyes High School in Maghull, Liverpool.

The school’s address is
Deyes Lane
L31 6DE

Please note that the school grounds are kept locked out of school hours. If you plan to visit us, please contact us in advance so that we can arrange for one of our keyholders to let you in.

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To find the school, follow these directions:
  • Take the A59 to Maghull in North Liverpool
  • At the traffic lights in the centre of Maghull, turn Eastwards onto Eastway
  • After 100m turn right onto Hunt Road
  • After 400m turn right onto Deyes Lane
  • The school is on the right after 200m
What form of archery does the club shoot?

The Club concentrates on target archery - outdoors in the summer and indoors during the winter - with occasional clout.

Do you run courses for beginners to archery?

Yes - whenever we can get half a dozen interested beginners together.
More about beginners courses >>

Is there an age limit?

There is no minimum age limit for joining a beginners course, although we do prefer children to be of secondary school age. We do, however, insist that children are accompanied by an adult at all times whilst on a course. There is no upper age limit!

What does it cost to become a member?

The Club's annual subscription is £85 for adults and £45 for juniors (under 18). This includes annual Archery GB membership and Lancashire and Northern Counties registration fees. The Club also charges £2 per archer (£3 for visitors) for each indoor session.

Membership of GNAS is compulsory for all Club members. Among the benefits from Archery GB membership are:
  • Public Liability insurance cover
  • Access to Archery GB coaching schemes
  • Eligibility to take part in Archery GB competitions
  • Entitlement to shoot at any affiliated club, at the club's discretion
  • Archery UK magazine (quarterly)
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What happens when I complete the beginners course?

Once you have successfully completed the beginners' course, you may be eligible to take out membership of the Club, which is only granted at the discretion of the Committee and also depends upon numbers already in the Club. There is no guarantee that you will be able to join the Club.

If you wish to find out more about the club, whether you are an experienced archer or wish to try archery for the first time, please contact us at


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