CCB is affiliated to Archery GB (AGB), Southern Counties Archery Society (SCAS) and the Cambridgeshire Archery Association (CAA).

Fees for club membership are listed below. These are due annually in April. If you join at another time please see the fee schedule for pro-rata rates. Other association fees are applicable, currently in the region of £50 for adults and £15 for under-25s, and are paid annually through the club.

Adult (65+)£82.50
Junior (Under 18)£55
Couples (2 adults at same address)£185
Adult + Junior£140
Family (2 Adults, 2 Juniors)£280
Student (Vacation time only)£55

Club Records


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  • Ladies
  • Junior Gents
  • Junior Ladies


  • Gents
  • Ladies
  • Junior Gents
  • Junior Ladies

County Records

These can be found on the CAA Website. If you have set a county record please let the club records officer know.

Experienced Archers

City of Cambridge bowmen welcomes new members with experience or who have completed a beginners’ course elsewhere. If you would like to join us the first step is to email the Club Secretary, who will arrange for you to visit the club and answer any questions. We will ask to see you shoot and make certain that you are familiar with the rules of shooting, this also gives you a chance to see the club and decide if CCB is right for you.

Please do not just turn up at the club. Make contact before visiting so that we can make sure someone is on hand who can help you.

Please note that the club shares a field with other sports during the outdoor season. As a result we do not allow our members to shoot ‘pure-carbon’ arrows outdoors. Full details of our arrow policy are below. If you are unsure whether your arrows are suitable please check before you shoot.

Club Arrow Policy

During the outdoor season the club shares a field with several other sports. As a result any missing arrows must be found before the end of each session. To aid in this the club has adopted the following policy on outdoor arrows:

  • All arrows must be clearly labelled with an archer’s name or initials, and individually numbered.
  • Archers must know at all times how many arrows they have in their possession, in their quiver, and how many have been shot each end.
  • If an archer misses the target and is unable to locate their arrow they should bring it to the attention of other members present. Other archers at the field should assist with locating the arrow before leaving. The club has metal detectors available to aid searching. If you are unable to locate the arrow before sunset please notify the committee immediately and they will make arrangements.
  • The club does not allow the use of ‘all-‘ or ‘pure-carbon’ arrows outdoors. Arrows should be of wooden, aluminium, or aluminium-carbon-composite (A/C) composition to aid in their location.
  • Archers should avoid shooting at distances significantly beyond their capabilities. We advise new members participate in the 252 scheme to guide their progression.

The club adopts a no-blame culture with missing arrows and it is understood that everyone misses occasionally. However, the club reserves the right to issue warnings and, if necessary, terminate membership for those contravening the above regulations. Arrows will be checked as part of general equipment safety inspections throughout the year.

If you are planning on purchasing arrows and are unsure about their suitability please ask the committee for guidance.

A non-exhaustive list of suitable outdoor arrows includes those by Easton: A/C/C, A/C/G, A/C/E, Procomp, X10, X10 Protour, Jazz, Genesis, Neos, XX75 (Platinum Plus), X7 (Eclipse), RX7, X23 and by Cartel: Triple, X-pert.


Our club applies the Archery GB Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Policy. A copy of this policy and the appropriate guidelines is available on the link below and on request.

Archery GB Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy and Procedures

The committee appoints a Club Safeguarding Officer. If you have a query or concern about a safeguarding issue, please contact the Club Safeguarding Officer.


The City of Cambridge Bowmen (CCB) uses the information that it collects from or about club members as described below.

  1. CCB will hold and use the information that it obtains from or about you for the following purposes: processing your applications to Archery GB, Cambridgeshire Archery Association (CAA) and Southern Counties Archery Society (SCAS); administering CCB and maintaining club membership records; responding to any enquiries you make; administering any events in which you participate and dealing with any incidents involving you; creating anonymous aggregated information such as club shooting records.
  2. CCB will share the information that you supply on your membership application and renewal forms with Archery GB, CAA and SCAS in connection with your applications for membership or to renew membership of those bodies. CCB will not share your data with any other third parties unless required to do so by law.
  3. All data is held and processed in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1988. This information is only accessible to the CCB Committee.
  4. You have a right to request a copy of the information that CCB holds about you. You can obtain copies of your personal information free of charge by emailing the Club Secretary. CCB wants to make sure that members’ information is up to date: you can ask CCB to correct or remove information you think is inaccurate or to request we delete your data. Requests should be sent to the secretary.
  5. Users under 18: If you are under 18 and would like to get involved, please ensure that you have consent from a parent or guardian before giving us your personal information.