55+ Active Archery

Active Reading are excited to announce that we are now providing an instructor led 55+ Active Archery session at the Ranger Station, Prospect Park.  This is open for all members of the public ages 55 and over. 

This brand new activity is begins Friday 22nd September and will be run every Friday at 3pm and finishing at 4pm (excluding bank holidays and Christmas). 

Our GB qualified instructor Kris will be conducting these sessions, there are limited spaces (8) available so therefore it is advised advance bookings only via https://www.reading.gov.uk/leisure/active-reading/ranger-station-at-prospect-park/ 

Alternatively contact Kris at ranger.station@reading.gov.uk for information about making a booking and securing your place.

We have specifically designed to hold these 55 plus sessions to encourage social inclusion and promote an active lifestyle for this age range.

Terms and conditions: As this is a physical activity, appropriate clothing must be worn therefore no open toe shoes or sandals.  Please dress for the weather as this is an outdoor led activity, please be aware that in the circumstances of very poor weather we may need to cancel and will reschedule your booking to the next available Friday.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Kris Hawkins
Contact Position
Archery GB Instructor
0118 937 2952 0118 937 2952

Where to go

Ranger Station
Prospect Park Pavilion
Liebenrood Road
RG30 2ND
Directions to RG30 2ND

Plenty of onsite free parking available and a accessible café next door for refreshments. 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Time of day
Session Information
3pm to 4pm


6  Per Session
These sessions run Fridays only at 3pm to 4pm


Referral required


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