Seven members from Scarborough Archers attended the Bridlington Open Portsmouth tournament on Sunday 4th November. George, Wendy, Natasha, Steve, Phil and Neil all shot recurve in the morning session. Scoring in general was high, and although our members shot well, no one quite got into the medals. This was Steve’s first ever tournament, well done Steve.
Representing the club in the afternoon shooting barebow was left in the capable hands of Pete Brown, (not shown in photo), who finished fourth in his class.
Thank you to members of Archers of Bridlington and Burton Agnes who run the tournament and provided hot food and drinks for the competitors.
More than 40 members and friends attended Scarborough Archers Annual Prize Presentation Night held at Scarborough South Cliff Golf Club.
After sitting down to a fine meal provided by the golf club catering staff, competition winners and runners up were presented with their trophies and medals by club secretary Alison H. Trophies were awarded to winners of eight competitions run throughout the year with Juniors, Ladies and Men competing with various bow styles including recurve (Olympic), traditional English longbows and American Flat bows.
A trophy was awarded to Steve C for the most ‘improved member’ of the year.
A raffle was run by Ann N, Julie A and Cecily S with all monies raised going to club funds.
Twenty two members turned out for Scarborough Archers first Friday Night Darts Competition. Competitors were divided dependant on the type of arrows they were using ie wood or other.
Such was the success, we’ll probably make it a regular event.
Juniors shot at 20yds, Novices at 30yds and Big boys and Girls at 40yds
Prizes were awarded for highest score, lowest score and bulls eyes. After 3 dozen arrows were completed prizes were awarded to Juniors – George, Toby, Dylan and Ben. Novices – George, Richard, Ann and Peter. Big boys and Girls – Derek, Leigh, Lynn, Sean and Emma.
The annual Roger Greaves trophy and BBQ this year was held on Friday evening 3rd August.
28 members took part in the competition which was ‘Darts’.
After the first elimination round 8 seniors and 3 juniors went forward into round 2. The final round was a shootout between Steve Carr and Bruce McKenna for the seniors and Emily and Dillon for the juniors.
After a closely fought battle, Emily emerged as junior trophy winner with a fantastic score of 237. With a score of 196 Steve managed to bag the senior trophy from Bruce.
Medals were awarded to Steve, Emily, Bruce, Dillon and Ben.
The competition was followed by the BBQ enjoyed by the competitors and guests. Many thanks to all those who turned up, took part and helped out.
This year the annual open day was held on sunday 6th May.
It certainly was a sorcher! This year’s weather was probably the hottest we’ve had on our Annual Open Day. Each year we seem to pick the perfect day. (Although we might have jinxed it now).
A huge thank you to all those members who turned up to help and / or brought produce for the refreshment table.
The archery stands took £266 and the refreshment table took £127, making a total of £393. All monies raised goes into helping to run the club or improving existing facilities , so once again, thank you.
Over the years, the Mayoress’ Community Fund has donated tens of thousands of pounds to community groups and projects in Filey, Scarborough and Whitby and the surrounding areas.
After only struggling with two kettles and a gas stove for hot drinks for open days, corporate events and beginner courses, we thought it would be ideal to apply for a grant to allow us to get a hot water heater, that would heat more water faster.
Thankfully we managed to get a grant for a hot water heater, which we put to the test on our Open Day. Proving itself to be more than useful.
John, went to the Promenade Lounge at the Spa on Tuesday 8th May. Received a cheque for £180 for the cost of the new water boiler. Which was presented by the Mayoress Mrs Cherry Smith.
Mrs Cherry Smith, Mayoress of the Borough of Scarborough said:
“The Mayoress’ Community Fund often supports the sorts of groups or projects that might struggle to get help from more mainstream funding sources, but which with a little help, can make a real difference to beneficiaries and the wider community. “