Newbury and Thatcham Archers

NATA is an archery club based in the Newbury and Thatcham area of West Berkshire practising target, field and clout shooting. The club was originally formed as Newbury Bowmen in 1957.

We meet most weeks at a number of different sites in the area and have competitions and special events throughout the year. 

The club is not affiliated to any of the national archery associations such as the GNAS, NFAS or BLBS and therefore the membership fees are exceptional value for money.

Newbury and Thatcham Archers welcomes archers of all abilities and skill levels. They are an informal club and practice several types of archery, namely target, field and clout.

Their members use several different bow styles, including recurve, barebow, compound, long-bow and flat bow.

Their main archery field is based near the centre of Newbury, West Berkshire. They also have two field archery venues. One near Newbury and the other in Thatcham.

Please note that carbon-only arrows are not permitted at any of their venues.

A target, field and clout archery club in Berkshire
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