Royal Toxophilite Society
Royal Toxophilite Society

The Members and Guests of the Royal Toxophilite Society gathered at Archers Lodge on Saturday 4th June for a day of celebration for our Patron

HM Queen Elizabeth 11

Platinum Jubilee

The programme for the day will bring together members shooting all bow disciplines to compete for the Coronation Trophy, Jubilee Candlesticks, amongst other awards celebrating past jubilee and coronations.

A celebratory luncheon will conclude with a toast to our Patron followed by the dedication of the Queen’s Copse, 7 native trees planted earlier in the spring along with two traditional yew trees, all of which have been donated by members.

The afternoon’s competition will conclude with a traditional tea, awards and tributes to our Patron.

God Save Our Gracious Queen

Welcome to the Royal Toxophilite Society.

The Royal Toxophilite Society is one of the oldest archery societies in Great Britain.  Membership is through invitation only and though not always - but in many cases - is generally awarded to those that have demonstrated deep and/or longstanding commitment to archery.

  • Past and current members have been, or are currently engaged in, National and International Competition, International and National Judging, National and Regional coaching development, National Coaching and performance, Commonwealth and GB team management and selection, Club, County and Regional officer roles, manufacturing and retail.

 

  • The Society hosts on behalf of two Livery Companies, a shooting day for archers with a disability sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Fletchers.  The Worshipful Company of Bowyers sponsor a trophy day in July for invited archers and a Longbow plate day also in July. The Fletchers Company sponsor a trophy day in September again for invited archers.

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