is the home of the Welsh medieval longbow.
It is a not-for-profit group of like minded bowmen and women who want to celebrate and shoot the iconic Welsh weapon in a sporting way.
No membership is required as all shoots are pay-as-you-go and also covers shooting insurance. Costs are kept as low as possible.
Whilst Warbow Wales is not a re-enactment society, living history enthusiasts are welcome to come to shoots in period dress.
It encourages strong and accurate shooting in the spirit of companionship and
Shoots in and around Monmouthshire, the Welsh archery heartland, will be held in
historically accurate events. Modern longbow archers can connect with and fully respect the prowess of their ancestors.
The Warbow Wales
kindly hosted by Brian Lee of Westwood Farm
Saturday & Sunday 20 & 21st August
Roving marks, field, war arrow flight shoot (including the Standard Arrow -
Signposted from Welsh Newton,
First arrows at 10.30.