We shoot at the field Sunday mornings (arrive by 09.45 to set out field, sighters at 10.30) and summer evenings during May to August (arrive at 18.00 to set out field, sighters at 18.30).
See the fixture list(s) below for more information on rounds, field captains, etc.
We shoot rounds that are in accordance with either Archery GB Imperial or AGB Metric rules.
Please contact us If you would like to join us, either on the shooting line or through an archery training course.
The Summer schedule runs from April to September, the winter schedule is from October to March.
All of our shooting events are classed as “non record status tournament” days which allows archers to shoot for Club trophies, awards, a classification and a handicap; provided a correctly completed score sheet is submitted.
We award trophies and medals for the summer and winter competitions. These can be found on the Awards page (updated after bi-annual award ceremonies in November and June).
Members may also undertake the Club's "252" scheme - a way to challenge yourself to improve your shooting. This is particularly useful to newer Club members. Remember, you cannot earn either a classification or a handicap from shooting these rounds.
Anyone wishing to submit scores for consideration as a county record or county ranking must comply with Surrey Archery's published rules.
If you fancy attending some external tournaments use the buttons, above to access various Tournament Diarys (Brighton Bowmen also have a Tournament Diary that lists most major open tournaments) and have a look at the "Beginners Guide for Attending Tournaments" (link below).
Details of county championship and open shoots can be found on the Surrey Archery website (link via above button).
Member's Shooting Records
(including member's outdoor scores, current classification and handicaps)
Member's awards (trophies and medals) for summer, winter and personal achievement together with the Club's record holders can be found on the Awards page.
Members' outdoor scores for 2019 - 2020 (Updated to April 2020), now includes handicap score for each round shot and '252' awards.
Some members may appear on the handicap list but not on the classifications list. This just reflects the way earlier handicaps are carried forward even if the archers submitted scores for less than 3 rounds.
Warlingham usually have 3 recurve teams and 1 compound team entered for the Surrey and National postal leagues for winter.
The Club's recurve ‘A’ team won the 1st Division title in 2018-19.
There was no competition in 2020/21.
Surrey County Longbow Championships
These are held on the first Saturday of May and September at Warlingham, shooting starts at 1pm.
Maximum number of archers: 48. It is open to archers outside Surrey
This is a 2-way, single Western shot under BLBS rules.
The Spring shoot planned for 1 May 2021 had to be cancelled, the Autumn shoot is on 4 September 2021.
The applicable rules of shooting are here: Surrey Longbow Rules of Shooting.
For other BLBS shoots in the south east of England
Surrey County Clout Championships
This is an AGB Imperial, double, 1-way, open shoot with Tassel award.
The 2021 competition is planned for 21 August.
A free practice shoot for Club members and attendees is also held on a Wednesday evening 10 days before the Surrey Clout - from 6pm.
The Club also holds clout shoots on Boxing Day and the Saturday closest to St. George’s day (the ‘Founders Day’ clout) - both shooting a single 1-way imperial clout - from 10.30am. Any local or Surrey archer is welcome to attend these shoots. Visiting archers may be charged £1. Contact us if you are interested in joining in.
Useful information for archers
Rules of Shooting (Archery GB, 9 October 2019).
Safety and etiquette in archery (WAC, October 2018) - a ‘must read’ for all archers (new and experienced).
The WAC "252" scheme (WAC, August 2019) - an easy way to challenge yourself to improve.
Beginners Guide for attending tournaments (Archery GB, January 2013) - useful info to prepare you for the day.
National Ranking guidelines (Archery GB, Jan 2018) - if you want the challenge of getting on the GB rankings list.
Setting up an archery range (Archery GB, May 2018) - advice on how to comply with the Rules of Shooting.
Preparing for the 3-way friendly (WAC, July 2018: ‘Word’) - a guide for Club members managing the event and shooting on the day.
Surrey Longbow Championships: Organisers notes (WAC, May 2019: 'Word') a guide for setting up and running the shoot at Warlingham Archery Club.
Page updated 1 May 2021