Competition Entry Form
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ALTERNATIVELY download old style OPEN SHOOT ENTRY FORM here
Booking terms and Information
Maximum entry is 150 archers. Visitors Pre-book and Pre-Pay only. Places are allocated to the earliest applications first. Please ensure
your cheque will not expire before the shoot date or it will be returned.
If the shoot is full we will operate a reserve list. Successful entries will not receive a postal acknowledgement. If you request to go on the reserve list your cheque will be retained uncashed until your entry is successful.
If the shoot is full your cheque will be returned to the Group Contact Name/Address on the form.
Members of Co60 should pre-book if they wish to choose who to shoot with. The shoot organizer may be able to fit in members who pay on the day but such members must accept being allocated to groups by the shoot organiser.
Registration is from 9am: Shoot starts at 10am. Each member of your group must be a Full NFAS Member. Please check this for each member of your party before applying . You must present a Full NFAS Membership Card at registration and carry a whistle.
Our Open Shoots are conducted according to NFAS and Company of Sixty Safety and Shooting Rules. By applying for entry you warrant that you have read and understood those Rules. They may be found at www.co60.co.uk and www.NFAS.co.uk.
Prohibitions: No alcohol. No smoking in the woods (Smoking is permitted only in the open track area in front of the Club Hut) Sorry, no dogs.
Please take all your rubbish home with you.
Every junior or cub present on Company of Sixty’s grounds (whether shooting or not) must be accompanied at all times by aparent, or an adult Shoot Guardian. The parent/guardian will be responsible for the conduct and safety of the junior/cub at all times. All Shoot Guardians must present to the Shoot Organiser at registration a signed permission form which includes an emergency contact number for a person with parental responsibility.
Visitors must ensure that they keep their possessions with them at all times or safely secured. There is no provision for safe storage at theclub. Any property left at the shooting grounds which remains unclaimed after 30 days may be disposed of at the Club’s discretion.
If for any reason a person’s conduct is inappropriate in the opinion of the shoot organiser or any club official or marshal, the Club reserves the right at its sole discretion to refuse entry to or forthwith to remove from its grounds any such person without giving any reason for so doing.
Archery is a potentially dangerous activity. Our open shoots take place in woodland and on uneven and muddy ground. Ensure you are fit and able to participate. You participate at your own risk and you have a duty to take care of your own and others’ safety and property.
We may occasionally use photographs for publicity and on our website and social media channels which show competitors. Please notify us when booking if you object.