30 Years of Archery in Billericay

Mayflower Archers

Welcome to the Mayflower Archers Website. 
Mayflower Archers is an archery club based in Billericay, Essex.
We were formed in 1988 and are one of the larger archery clubs in Essex. We shoot most styles of bow and like to think of ourselves as a friendly club, and welcome archers of all abilities both young and old.
We are fortunate to be able to shoot outdoors nearly everyday of the year, at our field on the Barleylands Farm.
During the Winter months,we have access to indoor facilities on Friday evenings at the Mayfower School along Stock Road.
We count among our number, archers shooting at National and International level, and have coaches up to County level on hand, whether to get a beginner started, to improve technique on more experienced archers,or to offer advice on equipment.

If you would like to know more about what we do, or fancy taking up archery, please don't hesitate to contact one of the committee.


Mayflowers Archers can be found outdoors at 

Barleylands Farm, 

Barleylands Road, 



CM11 2UD 

From M25. Exit at J29 onto A127 (Southend bound). Exit at A176 junction for Basildon/Billericay. At the roundabout take the third exit into South Wash Road, following the brown Tourist Information signs for Farm Museum. Take the second road on the left, Barleylands Road.  Follow the road to the 'T' junction intersecting the A129 and turn left towards Billericay. The entrance to our shooting ground is about 50 yards on the left.

From A12. Take the B1007 Billericay junction, towards Stock (Stock Road) following the brown Tourist Information signs for Farm Museum. Follow this road through Billericay High Street and onto the one-way system until you reach a roundabout. Take the third exit (Noak Hill Road). Take the first left on Noak Hill Road into Church Street. At the end of Church Street turn right and you will pass open fields. The road bends to the left and there is a junction on the right hand side, which is Barleylands Road. The entrance to our ground is about 50 yards on the right, before reaching Barleylands Road

Local Map Streetmap Link

AGM - Trophies and Awards - 19th March 2018

Senior Recurve - Michael Judd

Senior Compound - James Howell

The Alan Cavaye Award - Pete Cotter and John Crann

Bruce Martin Trophy - (Not Awarded)

Best Boy - Sean Hale

Best Girl - Emily Short

Junior Captain - Sean Hale

Best Newcomer Senior - John Dibley

Best Newcomer Junior - Abbey Prior

Junior Vice Captain - Mia Stanbrook

Senior Handicap - (Not Awarded)

Junior Handicap - Sean Hale


The Coaching Committee have decided to operate a Coaching Clinic on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 10:00am. For more details contact David Scorah (david.scorah@mayflowerarchers.co.uk)  

Archery Competitions

Details regarding Competitions within the County and further afield can be found on the County Website and there is a comprehensive list on the Archery GB Website.

You can also check the Brighton Bowmen Tournaments page for other Events/Tournaments.

Beginners Courses

We run Indoor and Outdoor beginners course at various times during the year.

Take a look at our Beginners Courses page for more details, or contact Dave Scorah


Archery Guides

There are two booklets available to club members on request. 'Welcome to Mayflower Archers' intended as a basic guide to archery for the new member and guide to FITA Field for members new to Field archery.To get your copy please ask one of the Committee at the club.

Contact Details

For more information about the Club please contact a member of our Committee