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Our tournaments are held at our new grounds, Moorend, Hambrook, Bristol, BS16 1SW
As our courses are outdoors we are at the mercy of the Great British weather, we shoot in most conditions but if it is not safe to shoot the tournament will have to be postponed, we will give you as much notice as possible via the email that you use to sign up to the course.
Please make sure you dress appropriately for the weather, warm clothes and waterproofs will make your shooting much more comfortable if it rains (don't forget sun cream, just in case).
Our outdoor venue is fully accessible, however, shooting takes place from a grass shooting point and this can become very muddy in inclement weather.
If you cancel your course more than 28 days prior to the start of the course we will charge a £5 administration fee on a refund, more than 14 days prior to the start of the course we will refund 50% of the course fee, unfortunately we are not able to refund the cost of courses cancelled with less than 14 days notice, if we are given more than 14 days notice it may be possible to transfer you to another available course. If you have used voucher code during your initial booking and this code is not valid for the course you are transferred onto you will be required to pay the difference.
A substitute who meets the criteria for the course can be named at any time before the course.
Fitness and Risks
All participants must declare their fitness, existing injuries and/or any medical or other conditions. If you do not inform us in advance we may not have the staffing levels or facilities ready for you - so you may not be able to take part / shoot even if you have booked and paid.
All participants must confirm that: a) they will pay attention to the safety briefing at the start of the event regarding the risks involved; in the event that they miss the briefing it is their responsibility to discuss these issues with an instructor prior to starting the shooting / activity; and they must follow all instructions throughout the course. b) That they accept that these activities are dangerous and can result in death and/or injury and c) That they accept the risks involved and are responsible for their own actions and involvement.
We reserve the right to use photographs or video taken at this event in publicity and promotional materials - printed and online. A person who does not wish to have their image recorded for distribution should make their wishes known to the instructor in writing at the start of the course.
Cleve Archers Junior Annual Tournament
UK Record Status
Saturday 6th June 2020
Assembly 10.15am. Sighters at 10.30am.
The tournament has UK Record Status for the Albion and all Windsor rounds.
Chairman of Judges :- Richard Jones
|Archery GB Membership||Entrants must declare their GNAS membership number on the entry form and membership cards must be shown when registering on the day. Failure to do so will result in you not being allowed to shoot.|
|Drug testing||All archers will be liable for drugs testing and competitors approached to give samples must comply. Refusal will be treated as a positive result. Parents or guardians must authorise drugs testing of junior archers by signing the entry form.|
|Dress Regulation Rule 307
|For record status events there are dress regulations in place that have to be followed by all competitors. These are set out in the Rules of Shooting, but can be summarised as:
• Tops must cover the front and back of the body (that is, they are not strapless).
• Any colour clothing is permitted, except for blue denim, olive drab, and camouflage patterns.
• Plain or archery-related clothing is recommended.
• Footwear must cover the whole foot (no open-toed sandals or shoes are allowed).
|Special Note||Please ensure that the organiser is aware of any special requirements you may have. Please do not assume that we already know. Archers who are unable to get to the target are requested, if possible, to arrange for an assistant to aid in scoring and arrow collection. If this is not possible, then please contact the organiser for advice.|
|Lost Arrows||Lost arrows must be reported to a judge or member of the field party (please remember to inform them if you later find the arrow). It is the archer’s responsibility to account for all arrows before leaving the field.|
|Photography||In view of the provisions of the Archery GB Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy, those who wish to take photographs at this event are to register with the tournament organiser. Cleve Archers will take all steps to ensure that photographs are only used for the purposes they are intended.|
|Smoking||We are bound by Archery GB smoking policy which says no smoking on the sports fields. Please ask the tournament organiser if there is a smoking area. Please note that this rule applies to those using electronic cigarettes or vaping.|
|Data Protection||When you enter competitions the following information may be collected and shared with tournament organisers, scoring systems and other competitors for example target lists and results may be published: First Name, Surname, Gender, Bow style, Date of Birth / Age category, Email, Address, Phone number, Club (and ID), County (and ID), Region (and ID), Round (unless defined by age), Disabled (Y/N), Disability info.|
|By entering this event you agree that details such as Name, Bowstyle, Category or Club may be published in documents or lists relating to the event. A list of confirmed entrants will be published on the Cleve Archers website as soon as practicable.|
|Disclaimer||Cleve Archers cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury howsoever caused. Entry to the tournament will be taken as acceptance of these conditions.|