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Why join us at the
National Tour: The Final?


Watch Britain's Best

The National Tour Final hosts the 40 best archers out of the 1,000 who entered into the competition. Past finalists have included European Games Champions, World Number 1's and Olympians.

Have A Go At Archery

You'll not only be able to watch Britain's best, but you'll also be able to try your hand at archery. No matter your age, or whether you’ve tried it before or not, you and your whole family can give archery a go with Wilford Bowmen.


Meet The Stars

This is your chance to meet your favourite archery stars, ask any questions you have and even get their signature on your free National Tour souvenir. How about a selfie too?

Which archers would you like to meet?

Experience Wollaton Hall

From the grandeur of its gardens to the stillness of its lake, Wollaton’s great outdoors are waiting to be explored.

Since the fourteenth century, herds of deer have roamed Wollaton’s 500 acres of parkland, which is also home to all kinds of habitats, including grassland, wetland and woodland.

  • Who can attend the National Tour Final?
    The National Tour Final is a fun day out for all the family. Not only will there be some fantastic archery to watch, but there will also be an archery have-a-go that everyone can get stuck into, as well as the surrounding Wollaton Hall and Deer Park grounds to explore.
  • How much are tickets?
    There are two types of tickets available for the National Tour Final. There are Day tickets and Session tickets, for the full list of tickets available please see the list below. You can purchase tickets from this link. Tickets available: Saturday Day Ticket [Barebow and Compound] Saturday AM Ticket [Barebow Men and Women + Compound Men] Saturday PM Ticket [Compound Women] Sunday Day Ticket [Recurve] Sunday AM Ticket [Recurve Women] Sunday PM ticket [Recurve Men]
  • How do I purchase tickets for the National Tour Final?
    Tickets for the National Tour Final can be purchased via our ticketing platform Gigantic. To secure your tickets, please click here. All event terms and conditions can be found on the linked website.
  • When is my family/friend shooting in the Final?
    To understand when your family member or friend is shooting in the National Tour Final, you will need to know their bowstyle. Once you know this, please use the below list to work this out: Saturday 7 September 10:00 am - Barebow Men 11:00 am - Compound Women 14:00 pm - Compound Men Sunday 8 September 10:00 am - Barebow Women 11:00 am - Recurve Men 14:00 pm - Recurve Men
  • What toilet and baby changing facilities are available?
    There will be toilets, including accessible toilets and baby changing facilities available.
  • Can I take photos at the event?
    People are welcome to take photos at the event, we just ask that the flash is turned off and phones are on silent.
  • Will I have a designated seat?
    There are designated seat numbers, however if you have purchased a ticket, every ticket buyer is guaranteed a seat in the stands.
  • Where will I be spectating from? Will I be able to see the archers and the target?
    There will be two areas to spectate from: directly behind the archers looking directly down range towards the target or from the side of the archers, where you can watch their every move.
  • What distance will be shot?
    Compound and Barebow archers will shoot 50 metres and the Recurve archers will be shooting 70 metres.
  • Is food and drink available?
    There will be caters outside of the performance arena as well as the cafes onsite at Wollaton Hall
  • Is there a cost to have a go at archery?
    Whether you're new to the sport or a seasoned archer, the National Tour is the perfect place to experience both introduction and challenge. Test your accuracy and precision in the National Tour Precision Challenge, featuring knockdown targets! The archers who knock down the most will be entered into our prize raffle, supported by our National Tour partners. Ticket Holder prices: Regular Archery - £3 for 6 arrows Soft Archery - £2 for 6 arrows Precision Challenge - £2 for 6 arrows Non-ticket Holder: Regular Archery - £6 for 6 arrows Soft Archery - £3 for 6 arrows Precision Challenge - £3 for 6 arrows
  • Can anyone have a go at archery?
    At the have-a-go there are two options; regular archery and soft archery. This means the have-a-go caters to everyone. Soft archery uses suction cups instead of points and the bows are lighter. When you arrive our will help you work out which option is best for you. Anyone one of any age can take part in the National Tour Precision Challenge.
  • When is the meet and greet with the archers?
    After the presentations at the end of each day, the athletes will be available for people to meet them, take some photos and sign autographs.
  • Who can attend the meet and greet?
    National Tour: The Final ticket holders can attend the meet and greet, with VIPs having priority access to the athletes during the meet and greet.
  • Who will be at the meet and greet?
    All of the athletes who competed in the Finals will be at the meet and greet, including Olympians, World and European Champions, and world number ones.
  • Can I take photos at the meet and greet?
    People are very welcome to take photos and selfies with our athletes.
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