Alton & Four Marks Archers

Welcome to Alton and Four Marks Archers

Welcome to Alton and Four Marks Archery Club. We are a friendly archery club that shoots outdoors at Four Marks Recreation Ground. During the winter months,we also shoot indoors at Eggar's School in Alton.

No matter whether you are an experienced archer, have shot a bit, want to try out new types of bow, or are a complete novice and want to give it a go, our club will welcome you and give you the training,assistance and equipment that you need either, to see whether archery is for you or to improve the standard of your shooting.

We welcome anyone from from the age of 8 to 108! And we have an experienced team of 8 Hampshire Archery Association qualified coaches who will help you enjoy the sport and achieve your own goals.

If you would like further information have a look through our website or contact us at

We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

Upcoming Events

From now on there will be coaches available every Tuesday and Sunday, you will recognise them as when on duty they will be wearing a red top. If you would like assistance please just ask. Our coaches are Catherine Fairlamb, Steve Harding, Richard Ellis, Alan Hughes, Philip Hales, Damien Koziol, Sophie Hales, John Wakelin, Peter Fletcher, James McAndrew and last but not least Andrew Stickland. Speak to any one of them if you need help or advice.

NEW CLUB SHIRTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE. ONLY £23 plus VAT. The shirts can be personalised with your own name and we do prefer members to wear our colours when shooting competitions. Available from OSL in Whitehill. See any committee member for details.

Congratulations to Paul Leahy who has now qualified as a cach and is now available to all members for advice together with all rhe othe coaches mentioned above.

A special well done to three of our junior members, Aspen,Grace and Anaya who have all been selected to represent their county.

Summer is here now so we can all start shooting longer distances and improving our classifications. I am sure every shooting day will be sunny from now until October, so no excuses.

We are going to shoot a Warwick on Sunday 16th April, that is a total of four dozen arrows at two distances. You dont have to do the round but it is only short and counts towards classifications.

On the 23rd April we are having a St Georges day shoot. This is a fun event where you get to shoot at some very interesting targets.