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British Blind Sport Archery Section Outdoor Championship

On a very wet day at the beginning of September the Master acted as Lord Patron at the British Blind Sport Archery Section Outdoor Championship at Lilleshall National Sports Centre.

There were twelve archers shooting out of about twenty-five registered UK blind archers. They ignored the bad weather and kept on shooting, although some of their "spotters" might have weakened given the chance. The couple of guide dogs there sensibly didn't come out of the tents provided. The activity of blind archery is quite fascinating and very exciting. Fixed foot positions, hand levelling touch tripods, tips and guidance from their spotters, all lead to a challenging competition, taken seriously by all.

The Master was incredibly impressed by what he saw and realised that our sponsorship and support was enormously appreciated by all those involved.

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