Field Archery Class For One (£16) or Two (£29) at Middle Stanley Farm (Up to 64% Off)
- Cotswolds estate for adventure days, rural retreats and weddings
- Fishing and team building on site
- Converted barns for entertaining
- Field archery class for one or two
- 30-minute introduction to archery
- 60-minute session on archery course with target practice
- Includes equipment hire
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via phone or email. 48-hour cancellation policy. Classes on Sun and every other Fri 10am-11.30am, 11:30am-1pm, 1pm-2:30pm and 2:30pm-4pm. Must be 10 or older. Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult. New clients only. Session lasts approx 90 minutes. Shooting takes place off site. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 28 June 2012 at 2.53pm.
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Before the bow and arrow people would hunt with the sow and barrow, an ingenious way of bringing home the bacon. Explore old methods with today's Groupon for a 90-minute field archery class from Middle Stanley Farm. Choose from the following options:• £16 for one person (60% off)
• £29 for two people (64% off)
A little pocket of the Cotswolds with a clutch of stone buildings and converted barns aptly appointed for events large and small, the Middle Stanley Estate hosts everything from weddings to roaring quad bike adventures. Whether it's a mud-drenching or a thirst-quenching, a bride-toasting or a clay pigeon-shooting affair, the estate offers all the secluded luxury and adventure of a classic rural retreat. The 90 acres of pastureland, complete with a lake and old-growth woods, dwell within a 20-minute drive of Cheltenham.
Budding bowmen and women can get their two fingers ready for a 90-minute archery class. The first half hour will cover a few of the basics, from how to hold the bow and take aim to health, safety, and how not to shoot yourself in the foot. Archers will then have one hour to practise their skills on animal-faced targets, for the authentic feeling of having hit the bull's eye.