Antiquarian shoot and get-together.
Sunday 7th August 2016
PROGRAMME FOR THE DAY
10.30.a.m. - 11.30.a.m. Coffee
COMMITTEE MEETING 11.15.a.m.
11.30.a.m. - 1.00.p.m. "Experimental archaeology" -
trialling bow replicas et al. see below
1.30.p.m. - lunch
2.30.p.m. - 3.00.p.m. - free time
3.00.p.m. - 4.30.p.m. Antiquarian shoot for awards. Shooting fee to be paid on the day
This time may extend as this year we are shooting a double round
4.45.p.m. (approx) - tea
Please remember that you MUST indicate that you are coming
by returning the booking form enclosed in Arrowhead No 131
To the House Secretary, Mr Osmond AT LEAST TEN DAYS BEFORE,
even if you are not ordering refreshments or lunch.
NOTE: For those not taking lunch or tea there is a compulsory fee of £1 (which includes a coffee
It has been arranged that those interested in trialling replica bows (NOT compounds or crossbows)
may do so in the morning.
A target will be set up for this purpose. Shooting will be under the direction of a Field Officer
who will ensure safety is paramount.
PLEASE INFORM THE HON SEC IN WRITING IF YOU WISH TO MAKE USE OF THIS FACILITY
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Sunday 5th March 2017
Please do not arrive before 10.a.m. for coffee at 10.30
Meeting commences at 11.a.m.
Please bring your new membership card as a means of identification
Minutes for last year (2016) the Agenda and booking form will be included in the January mailing
to UK members. Overseas members should contact their Rep for details.
Bookings should arrive at least 10 days before the 5th March
After lunch our Archivist, Mr Andrew Hall, will give one of his excellent,
informative illustrated talks - An event not to be missed
The place to look for important information and updates on society activites and admin, messages from your Secretary, what is going on, THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW.
1 post • Page 1 of 1
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest