Archery GB Ambassadors

Could you help inspire a love of archery that lasts a lifetime? Archery in the UK is powered by volunteers within our network of clubs and it is these amazing people who make the archery experience so great for all those involved. We have therefore recruited a team of inspirational Archery GB Ambassadors who can help promote archery, improve the archery experience to all involved and help their clubs develop. Becoming an Archery GB Ambassador is a great way of sharing your love of archery with people who might not otherwise be able to access it.

Archery GB Ambassadors help inspire a love of archery that lasts a lifetime

Archery in the UK is powered by volunteers within our network of clubs and it is these amazing people who make the archery experience so great for those involved. We have therefore recruited a team of inspirational Archery GB Ambassadors who can help promote archery, improve the archery experience to all involved and help their clubs develop.

What is an Archery GB Ambassador?

Archery GB Ambassadors are a team of inspirational volunteers who want to encourage more people to get into archery, feel welcomed at clubs and develop a love for the sport.

Archery GB Ambassadors’ aim is to:

  • Promote and develop archery in their local communities and to help their club grow and develop
  • Provide insight and feedback to Archery GB to influence the future direction of the sport
  • Share their story and passion for archery to inspire others to participate and volunteer
  • Be a positive role model, helping everyone to enjoy the sport
  • Work together as a team of Ambassadors and Mentors
  • Educate, innovate, challenge and inspire

Becoming an Archery GB Ambassador is a great way of sharing your love of archery with people who might not otherwise be able to access it. By sharing your stories, campaigning and organising events, you can reach out to members of your community and inspire them to try our wonderful sport. 

As well as supporting archery and helping your club to grow, you’ll be developing transferable skills that can enrich your life and which look great on a CV or university application. You’ll be working on your people skills, public speaking, events organisation, marketing and social media, and volunteer recruitment and management, to name just a few. 

Plus you get the feeling of fulfilment knowing that your hard work is supporting the sport you love. 

Archery GB will provide Ambassadors with training opportunities, mentored support, resources, equipment and opportunities to work together. 

Ambassadors have signed up to support the programme for a minimum of two years.

What do Archery GB Ambassadors do?

Max Oakley, teenage archer and award winning AGB Ambassador has delivered some amazing initiatives in his local schools in Telford, Shropshire. Max engaged with over 500 pupils over the course of an open day that he promoted. 

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Max also assisted with an archery taster day for refugee children, linking up with a local charity, Shropshire Supports Refugees. Together they held a day of fun, including lessons in the morning and a mini competition in the afternoon, for over 40 children and young people. 

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Rahma An-Nisa is an AGB National Talent Development Programme athlete and an inspiring Archery GB Ambassador. She says “Sometimes I notice people getting demoralised… I remind them that they should enjoy the process and not worry too much about getting it right.”

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Find out more about the Archery GB Ambassadors Programme

Please contact Gayle Pink from Archery GB or your Regional Development Manager, if you want to find out more information about the Ambassador Programme.

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