Our facilities are in the delightful village of Scholes, Yorkshire, a village known for its lovely upkeep and is entered into the annual "Village in Bloom" competition. Scholes is easily accessible from the A64 which runs just north of the village and so gives excellent access from Leeds and the nearby M1/A1(M) motorways.
Targeting Archery is located in the grounds of St. Philip's Church on Main Street, Scholes. There is an off-road tarmac car park available. We currently have use of 100M of land behind the church for outdoor shooting plus the field beyond for an overshoot area meaning we can shoot target archery up to 90M/100yds which is Archery GB approved. The range has lovely views over open farm land on three sides. This is a beautiful site for archery, especially on sunny days. We also have the kind permission of the church authorities to use the Church Hall situated at the end of the car park for all year round indoor shooting. The Church Hall space is limited so we can only shoot up to 10yds, but this is ideal for children, novices and our beginner's courses, as well as a fine alternative for all, when the weather or light level isn't suitable to shoot outside.
There are both stairs and an access ramp up to the Church Hall, so it is also accessible by wheelchair users and the car park has some larger spaces marked up for disabled use.
St. Philip's Church
West Yorkshire, LS15 4DJ
A birds eye view of the venue, looking South. The main St. Philip's church building is central and the Church Hall where we shoot indoors is indicated by the red marker to the right. Main Road runs across the bottom. The entrance to the church's car park runs alongside the Church Hall. Outside archery takes place in a roped off area at the back of the car park shooting along the field behind church.