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Coronavirus Update

We strongly recommend you follow Government advice which is currently to Stay At Home and Away From Others.

You should not visit the wood.  In addition the kitchen, toilets and admin areas have not yet been disinfected and so should be treated as suspect.

Club and Open Shoots for April and May have been cancelled.  Later Shoots in June are still under review.  Please act responsibly.

Stay At Home

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 March 2020 17:49

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Beginners Courses

Long Eaton Field Archers only have a limited number of vacancies for new members.

altBeginners courses are currently on hold due to coronavirus precautions

We are now taking bookings for 2020

For enquiries and information on current availability email the Coaching Coordinator This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

For 12 year olds and under, a parent or family adult (18 plus) must complete the course with the child.
For 13 to 16 year olds, an adult responsible for the child must accompany them at all times.


Lyme Disease

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For Signs & Symptoms: see this Public Health England leaflet


Membership Costs

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Membership Costs

LEFA membership fees for 2019/20 are:
Adults: £55;  Juniors: £25;  Family: £110;  Associate (non-shooting) £5

All memberships run over a calendar year from 1st April to 31st March.  People who join after 1st January, who are new to the club, receive a membership which lasts until March the following year.

The cost of membership is low because our members contribute their time and effort into making our club successful, interesting and a pleasure to be a member of.  Activities contributed include course laying, target face making, catering, general maintenance, helping at events and other areas where individuals can brings their own skills to bear. This is done voluntarily by our members and is what makes our club successful.

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