City of Cambridge Bowmen

City Of Cambridge Bowmen

CCB is a long established club (1951) that welcomes archers from Cambridge, the surrounding areas and beyond. CCB welcomes compound, longbow and recurve archers (and prospective archers) of all standards. We shoot outdoors all year, and during the winter shoot twice weekly indoors. Formal beginners courses are run 4 times a year, but help is always available for all club members.

Latest News...

The Return to Downing!

Well club, long time, no website post!

After a very disrupted year, in so many ways, and our brief sabbatical at Girton, CCB has officially returned to our home of Downing College Sports Ground. Although our first session was pretty chilly and windy, it was great to see some archers back on the field at last – here’s hoping we manage another year with fewer interruptions. [read]

CCB starts shooting!

Well, it’s been a while since the website had an update! Like most things, CCB got put on hold by the pandemic. Then our ground made the decision to stay closed for all of summer, making us temporarily homeless. Some shooting was provided through the kindness and generosity of Peacock Archers, for which we are very grateful. [read]

Merry Christmas archers!

Happy Christmas everyone! Monday saw our annual fun shoot, attended by a good number of people and also an elf:

With fun target faces, balloons, music and snacks, a good time was had by all. Thank you to everyone who came and shot, and especially to those who brought food contributions. [read]

Indoor Nationals 2019

On 1st December, four CCB archers celebrated the beginning of advent by getting up early and heading over to Stoneleigh in Warwickshire for the AGB Indoor National Champs. Anke Hanneman was shooting recurve, with Jacks Kelly and Atkinson in Gents Compound and Lydia Sinnett-Smith in Ladies Compound. [read]

Ely Portsmouth shoot

On 16th November, five CCB archers shot the Ely Double Portsmouth. We had one compound (Jack Atkinson) and four recurves – Anke Hanneman, Richard Brasher, Fran Nichols and Eser Takmaz. Anke and Jack both earned individual bronze medals in the double, and the recurve team placed fourth for the single Portsmouth competition

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