September 22

Kettering Archers on tour at Long Buckby

September 22 beginners

Todays (10/09) beginners having fun…

February 2022

Cheryl get her 1st Robin Hood.

October 2021

A bit windy at today’s (31/10) Windsor.

August 2021

Our newest member Illaria, and an old(er) member hitting the Hog.
Not bad for 20 minutes lessons

Having fun shooting at the Shield Wall

July 2021

Beginners having fun

September 2020

Thanks to everyone who took part in todays Charity Shoot. Money raised for 2 good causes, Chelsea’s Angels and Kettering Hospital Childrens Ward.
Top scores in each category in results sheet.

November 2019

It is with much sadness that Sheila, wife of long time member Geoff Holmes, sadly passed away on the 7th November. Our thoughts are with Geoff and his family at this time.

October 2019

A Big thanks to everyone involved with making today’s Worcester at Buccleuch a huge success.
£70 was raised for Lilford Ward at Kettering General Hospital from the sale of cakes and raffle.

September 2019

Well done new member Jake, stopping the Coyote in its tracks!

Congratulations to Dave Burnett on passing his Level 1 Coaching Exam.

May 2019

April 2019


It is with heavy heart that Kettering Archers announce the passing of our club and NCAS secretary Angela (Angie) Bray. Our thoughts go out to all Angie’s family and friends at this sad time.

January 2019

New Years Rove crew!!!!

Heres a copy of the letter of thanks for the money raised for Kettering Hospital.
A big thanks to everyone who contributed.

August 2018

Well done to club friend, James Mason and the team.

Neil Bridgewater, James Mason and Adam Ravenscroft are the new compound champions of Europe

They took the men’s team title at the European Archery Championships in in Legnica, Poland today, beating France by a single point – and in dramatic style.

The French took a one point lead in the first end but in the second Britain pulled back to equalise on 117 points. It was then that a French arrow was downgraded, giving Neil, James and Adam a one point lead. By the time the third end was completed both teams were evenly balanced on 172 – until that French arrow was upgraded again.

It all came down to the final end. With rain falling, the French opened with a perfect 30 but then shot 8-9-9. The Britons shot 10-9-10 but finished with three 10s to become champions of Europe.


July 2018

Kettering win the 3rd Interclub Challenge  :-
The competition has been running for 3 years and Kettering have now done the hat trick. Well done to all members who shot in any of the 4 shoots, all your scores counted.

1st Kettering
2nd Northampton
3rd Long Buckby
4th WOAC