Droitwich Archery Society

Droitwich Archery Society Spring Tournament
UK Record Status Warwick

Documents for the Droitwich Spring Tournament
Tournament Details
Entry Form
Target List
Tournament Results

In recent years the Society has run an annual spring ‘Warwick’ Tournament at the beginning of the season. This was prompted by the dearth of UK records forWarwick UK Record the Warwick family of rounds. The tournament is unusual, as archers can elect to shoot any round from the Warwick round they choose, with the aim of bagging a UK Record. Accordingly there are no trophies awarded, but several dozen UK records have been set here in the last few years.

The tournament alternates between our home ground in Droitwich and The Grange School in Fernhill Heath. Both offer excellent facilities, and the shoot is renowned for being a low-key, enjoyable event that can be enjoyed by everyone regardless of ability.


Droitwich Archery Society Summer Tournament
UK Record Status Albion

Documents for the Droitwich Summer Tournament
Tournament Details
Entry Form
Target List
Tournament Results

The Society hosts an annual Summer Tournament on our ground near Droitwich, on one of the middle Sundays in June. The round shot is an Albion, with Windsors for the Juniors and a ‘Burntwood’ Albion for visually impaired archers. The tournament is UK Record Status and part of the West Midlands Summer League.

All types of bow are welcome: the shoot attracts a good field of longbow archers, encouraged by the magnificent St. Hubert’s Trophy donated by Patti & Gents Longbow TrophyDave Vukomanovic at the inaugural event. From 2005 the event will feature an equally desirable trophy for the junior longbow winner, donated by Alex Pattison.

The Society aim to strike a balance between running a serious shoot for the experienced archer whilst maintaining relaxed atmosphere that will not put off the novice or first-time tournament-goer. From the feedback received to date it would seem as though this has been achieved.

There are the excellent facilities of the Droitwich Rugby Football Club’s clubhouse. This includes the bar, which is open all afternoon, and the restaurant, which will be serving hot food (e.g. burgers and pork rolls) until mid-afternoon.