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Archery & Axe Throwing at Tapnell Farm

We are pleased to introduce archery and axe throwing sessions at Tapnell Farm. These will be delivered in our new purpose built ranges, housed inside a covered barn, allowing us to run the sessions whatever the weather, whilst maintaining a safe, comfortable outside environment. The sessions will be led by experienced and trained staff, ensuring quality distanced coaching.

PLEASE NOTE THESE ACTIVITIES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED, IN LINE WITH GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES

COVID-19 UPDATE

We want all customers to have a safe and enjoyable visit. Please help us achieve this by acting responsibly and respecting social distancing.

In line with Government guidelines, the following measures are in place for the safety of our customers and staff:

  • All bookings must be made online in advance
  • No more than 6 people per group booking (Rule of 6 applies)
  • Led by experienced, trained staff ensuring quality distanced coaching
  • Extra time allocated for cleaning equipment between each session
  • Hand sanitising stations in place
  • Non-contact temperature checks on arrival
  • Please DO NOT visit if you have symptoms of Covid-19. You and your household should isolate at home. Please do not put yourself, our staff and other customers at risk.
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Making your visit safe at Tapnell Farm

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Archery

The skill of using a bow and arrow for hunting or military use has been around for at least 10,000 years!! The earliest evidence of a formed arrowhead was recovered in South Africa, dating 60,000-70,000 years ago.

In more modern times, archery has gone from a form of weaponry to more of a recreational pastime.

Here at Tapnell Farm we will provide you with quality coaching to ensure you get the most from your session, whether you are a complete novice or a modern robin hood!!

Axe Throwing

Channel your inner Viking and learn the basics of target Axe throwing. Using specific throwing axes (hatchets) our instructors will coach you in the correct techniques to hit the target successfully and consistently.

The session takes place in our purpose-built range, right next door to the archery. The targets were sourced from a local wood supplier and originate from Queen Victoria’s personal Red Wood collection from Osborne house!!

Plan your visit

  • Each session is £15 for adult and £12.50 for under 18's (min age 11)
  • All sessions must be booked online in advance (Government Rule of 6 applies)
  • Minimum booking of 2 people
  • Sessions last one hour and include equipment and tuition
  • Bring your booking confirmation with you to be scanned on arrival
  • Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your session
  • All participants must be aged 11+
  • Entry to the barn is via Tapnell Farm Park car park (not Farm Park entrance)
  • Please read our Frequently Asked Questions
  • After your session, why not enjoy a delicious burger at The Cow

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Due to the nature of Archery and Axe throwing there is always an element of risk. Participants will be asked to leave if they show any dangerous behaviour on the range, pose a danger to themselves or others and are disruptive towards other participants.

If you are suspected to have consumed alcohol or drugs, you will not be allowed on the session and no refund will be issued.

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