Latest News...

The documents below are now available on the Tournaments Page.

Tournament Results:


Kestrels 34th Worcester Tournament 2019

Kestrels 14th Portsmouth Tournament 2018

Kestrels 18th

Double National Tournament 2018

Kestrels 1st York Hereford Tournament 2018

SCAS/BCAA Double WA1440 Tournament (World Record Status)

(Incorporating Bedfordshire County Championships)


Entry Forms

Kestrels 2nd York Hereford Bristols Tournament

12th May 2019

SCAS/BCAA Double WA1440 Tournament (World Record Status) 20th-21st July 2019

Kestrels 19th Double National Tournament 8th September 2019




Kestrels Worcester Tournament 2018


2018 is approaching and the the next Kestrels tournament takes place on February 4th 2018 at Stratton School in Biggleswade. This tournament is booking up well as per usual, but there are still places left on all sessions. February will be with us in a flash, so don't delay in getting booked in for this one in our new larger competition venue. Never a dull day, it's only the target face that's black and white! Entry form on the Tournaments page. See you there!

OUR NEXT ARCHERY BEGINNERS COURSE... Will be held on the 5th,7th,12th and 14th of June 2019. If you are interested in taking up Archery, please contact our Chairman and he will send details to you. (See Contacts Page)

Kestrels Portsmouth Tournament 2017


It's been a busy start to the indoor season for Kestrels Archery Club. Not only have we moved to a fabulous new indoor venue, but we have held our first Open Tournament of the year!


The 2017 Kestrels Tournament was another very successful one, with more bosses available in the much wider hall at Stratton School in Biggleswade. Our Tournament Organiser Sue Draper again put on a fantastic shoot enjoyed by all who took part. The results are now available on the Tournaments page.


This new larger shooting venue will allow the club to expand in the coming years and allow for more new members to come on board. Look out for our next beginners course, for which information will be uploaded soon! 

Were you inspired by the Olympics? Fancy yourself as the next Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games, Merida from Brave, Clint Barton from Marvel Avengers or even Neytiri from Avatar then here's the place to start. Challenge your friends and family too, by being a part of the Archery Big Weekend.
Who knows, it could become your new hobby!


Kestrels Archery Club are hosting an open day - why not come along and challenge yourself!
Budding bowmen and aspiring archers are invited to try out archery at our club, completely free on Saturday June 17th 2017 from 2pm at our field in Furzenhall Road, Biggleswade - See You There!!

The Outdoor Season is Upon Us!


Yes, it's here! What a great start to the season with a great combined effort to extend our HQ at Furzenhall Road. Having acquired the shed next door, we now have room to spread out and store our equipment! We also now have new distance markers on the field and it is looking great for the new season. Lets all make the most of our great facilities on club nights. Hope you all have a great season!



The Sun Shone for Kestrels National

 What glorious weather we've had this year for our two outdoor open tournaments this year! A fine community of archers basked in the late summer sunshine at the Kestrels Double National Tournament on September 11th. Several Kestrels archers walked away with awards following some stiff competition. Full report will follow soon! The results are now available on the Tournaments Page.


KestrelsĀ AC Receives a Flypast at St George, Albion, Windsor Tournament!

Well, we can't guarantee this at all of our tournaments, but archers at the Kestrels St George, Albion and Windsor Tournament this year were entertained in the afternoon break this year by the RAF Red Arrows. Very nice of them to fly over in a nice arrow formation! The results are available on ourĀ Tournaments page along with details of all forthcoming open tournaments.

Kestrels Archery Club Child Protection

Kestrels Archery Club operates an open-door policy and supports the GNAS Child Protection Policy available here. All adult members coaching and training the juniors of the club comply with the Child Protection Policy. In support of that policy it is a requirement of the Club that for all juniors under the age of 16 years, their parent /guardian must remain with them at all club shooting evenings and tournaments.  Minor physical contact may be necessary as part of any instruction and coaching they may receive. All parents /guardians are required to sign a form to accept and agree to the above conditions. This is part of the Application for Membership form. Any questions relating to the above policy should be directed to the Child Protection Officer.