Ditchling Archery Club
The club is a company of archers who enjoy compound, recurve, recurve barebow and longbow archery. The club takes part in the Sussex County Albion League and the Selby Postal Leagues in summer and the BA Postal League indoors in winter time.
Predominately target archery club whose calendar contains a mixture of competitive and fun archery. During the winter the club seeks the relatively shelter of the Hampden Park Sports Centre.
1066 Archery Club
Originally the Hawkhurst Hundred Archery Club, the club has now secured a new home in Tenterden just a few miles over the Kent border and welcomes new members - especially those with a bit of archery experience.
Friars Gate Archers
Another archery club which has migrated from its original home (in the Ashdown Forest). The Friars Gate Archers form part of the Buxted Park Sports Association and enjoy target archery all year round (including indoor archery during the winter).
Newhaven Archery Club
Newhaven Archery Club shoots at Firle, four miles north of Newhaven, and mainly take part in target archery. In the winter the club sets up archery facilities at Tideway School in Newhaven.
Hellingly Archery Club
Club members shoot Recurve, Compound, Longbow and Barebow and participate in target and field archery.
High Weald Archery Club
Another wandering archery club - now enjoying their fine facilities at Hurst Green where they can shoot indoors and outdoors uninterrupted.
Newcomers to archery are welcome and a beginners archery course is run once a year. Archery at Plumpton Green generally takes place on Sundays.
Visually imparied archery
St Dunstan's Archery Club
Visually impaired archery club - if you're wondering how visually impaired people could possibly manage the difficulties of archery, then it's worth a look at the St Dunstan's archery club site.
Sussex County Archery Association
The county archery association's website contains local archery news and information about the county's archery clubs and competitions.