Chichester Bowmen on target to take archery to new audience

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Forty people are celebrating a win with Chichester Bowmen after attending the club’s Jubilee Fun Day in Priory Park and having a go at archery.

More than 300 people, aged five upwards, tried to shoot a balloon and gain entry to a prize draw for a free beginners’ course.

Even those who didn’t pop a balloon were entered into a prize draw for a free two-hour ‘have-a-go’ course.

The draws have been completed and the ten lucky adults who won a beginners’ course are: Phillip Ingram, Brendon Cook, Ines Gomes, Glen Westmore, David Wyatt, Richard Land, Paul Guarnaccio, Kirsty Jackson, Laurance Moore, Karen McGreal. The ten adults who won places on the have-a-go course are: Jo Barker, Donna Edmonds, Vicki Barry, Lisa Ware, David Hives, Mark Saxton, Wayne Renney, David Wilshaw, Richard Land, Dan Devane.

Ten prizes of a beginners’ course and ten for have-a-go courses were also drawn for under-18s.