**Our Latest COVID-19 info**

23/2/21 – Following the governments announcement regarding the roadmap for England we will be running archery and axe throwing experiences from 29th March 2021 onwards. These sessions can cater for up to six people from up to two households! 

Please remember it is really important that the number of people visiting us at any one time is kept to a minimum. Therefore, shooting opportunities will be limited and controlled to ensure the safety of everyone.

Below are our Covid-19 guidelines.

On arrival at the car park please leave 5 metres between cars to allow social distancing.

If you have your own equipment, please put your bow together at the rear of your car and leave your bow case etc in your car.

You MUST practice social distancing at all times and maintain a distance of at least 2 metres from anyone who is not in your household.

On arrival YOU MUST clean your hands with the sanitiser provided. This will be labelled and on a table.

Toilets are not to be used and will be locked. Please come prepared i.e. go beforehand.

There is also no first aid kit available; so please come equipped

Spectating is actively discouraged. However, attendance of a parent/guardian (non-participant) or a carer for a disabled archer is permitted. Parents/guardians/carers are limited to one per archer; with social distancing strictly observed while watching the sessions.

You MUST NOT come to archery sessions if you show symptoms of any illness, but in particular of Covid-19. These are highlighted on NHS Direct and include:

  • A persistent and dry cough
  • A temperature

If you are symptomatic, living in a household with a possible COVID-19 infection or if you are classified as extremely vulnerable on health grounds, the guidance is that you should remain at home.

You must notify us should you develop symptoms after attending the archery range.

Each target will be restricted to two archers or one group of archers if from the same household.

All the targets will be placed 4 metres apart which is the distance recommended by Archery GB.

Please shoot at a distance which you are confident at i.e. you can hit. Any arrows which miss the target must be found within one minute. This is so archers are not delayed since sessions will have to adhere to strict timings. Any arrows still missing can be found at the end of the day’s shooting and you will be told where to collect them.

After the session, you should sanitise your hands. All surfaces and Grey Goose equipment that has been touched will be disinfected after the archery session.

We will be providing one free target face for you to keep. We ask that you either re-use this on another session or dispose of at home after use. You may purchase and bring your own target faces to sessions or we will have some target faces for sale.

At the end of the session please remove the target face and place your target pins in the bucket of disinfectant provided.

We kindly ask that once the session is over that you leave quickly so as to allow other archers to start their session. We also ask that you do not congregate and socialise after your session is over.

On leaving the Quarry please close the gate behind you and remember to sanitise your hands as soon as possible. It is recommended that you bring your own personal sanitiser with you.

We hope to see you all very soon. 

Stay safe 

Team Grey Goose

“We’re Good To Go” Covid-19

Good To Go EnglandGrey Goose Archery has been awarded the UK-wide “We’re Good To Go” industry standard and consumer mark by Visit England. This is awarded to businesses that are following public health, government COVID-19 and industry guidance on cleanliness and social distancing.


Grey Goose Archery have worked hard to put safety measures in place so that we can offer a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. We have implemented several new precautions and have updated our risk assessment so that it addresses the risks of COVID-19. We follow the guidance of Archery GB (the governing body) as well as keep up to date with new government guidance as it is issued.

Beginners’ Courses 2021

Our next archery beginners’ course will be taking place on the following dates subject to governments lockdowns etc.

Course #L121(CANCELED) will be running over 3 Sunday mornings starting on the 7th March 2021 at 10.30am.

Course #L221 will be running over 3 Sunday mornings starting on the 4th April 2021 at 10.30am.

Course #L321 will be running over 3 Sunday mornings starting on the 2nd May 2021 at 10.30am.

We have ensured the archery range is safe for both customers and coaches. All the targets are 3.5 metres apart, with shooting lanes to provide social distancing.

Each archer / family group will have a target to themselves, and their own new target face. Hand gel is available at all times and all the equipment is sanitised after every archery session. You will not be sharing any equipment.

Our courses comprise of structured archery lessons delivered by our professional coaching team.

You will have the opportunity to shoot various types of bow and learn different styles of shooting. You will be learning within a group, but are still guaranteed plenty of individual attention.

This is a sociable and fun introduction to the fundamentals of archery and is always very popular, so booking well in advance is advisable. The price is £44 for juniors (aged 10 – 16), and £59 for adults.

You can find more information regarding our courses in our FAQ’s

To book your space please complete our online booking form.

Booking for this course is essential as spaces are limited.

Family Sessions

People often struggle to find activities suitable for the whole family

This is where our family archery sessions are a perfect solution.With our family group IMG_1583sessions, age is no barrier and the entire family can enjoy an activity together.

We have equipment suitable for archers from the age of 5 years old and upwards. This means that grandparents can be on target with young grandchildren and the parents can take part too!

From our point of view there is nothing nicer than seeing a 5 year old showing a parent how to take aim or seeing a young child helping an older family member collect their arrows.

Primary School – Archery Workshops

Our archery workshops are the ideal way to introduce archery to your primary school.

We can offer workshops for children of all ages, over half days, full days, activity weeks or long term projects.

The activities can be designed to suit your requirements. For example we recently provided archery for a Robin Hood topic.

Longbow leasonsThe children were to able to handle our medieval longbows, replica arrows and other resources.

We also have various work sheets for teachers. An example can be found here


Archery Club – Grey Goose Archers

Are you looking for a 7 day a week archery club ?

Look no further than Grey Goose Archers.

We have our own private venue just outside King’s Lynn where we can shoot everyday.

We are a friendly and enthusiastic group of archers, who welcome all abilities and ages; whether you’re a beginner, novice or experienced archer.

The club welcomes all bow types; we currently have members who shoot Olympic Recurve, Compound and occasionally English Longbow or American Flatbow

Further details about our club can be found here 




Wedding Day Archery

Archery as a wedding day entertainment is a exciting and memorable way to fill a ‘gap’ in your wedding programme.

Some of our clients use our English Longbows to enhance a themed wedding and may also have the official photographs taken using the traditional targets as a backdrop.

Hedingham Castle Longbow archeryOther clients choose archery as entertainment for their guests since it is a sociable activity and a good icebreaker so that the guests can get to know one another.

Another benefit is that, unlike some forms of wedding entertainment, it is accessible to the children as well as the adults.

Our wedding brochure can be downloaded from here.

Zombie Leaderboard

Zombie shooting gets competitive !!

We’ve therefore started running a Zombie shooting Leaderboard. The leaderboard shows the top ten individual scores for the archers shooting their first round.

Fancy taking part? contact us to get booked in.

1stBarryGrey Goose232
2ndTomGrey Goose232
3rdGeoffNewbie 230
4thArchery GodClickers228
6thMalcolmEly Archers227
7thF/B ChrisUnknown226
10thJhanosEly Archers222

Stag and Hen Zombie Sessions

Are you looking for the ultimate ZOMBIE Stag or hen party activity?

Our packages start from just £15.00 per person. All the equipment is included, all you need to bring is your Zombie slaying attitude. Contact us for more info.






Zombie Archery

New for 2017 is our Zombie Archery

Zombie archery target

The zombies are here. Can you help destroy the Ankle Biters?

On arrival at The Quarry you will be taken to a safe zone where you will be given your introductory training session in readiness for fighting the zombie infected. You will be provided with all the safety equipment needed as well as the necessary bows.

Once your archery skills are in place you will taught where the zombie kill zones are in readiness for leaving the safe zone. You will then enter the critically infected area of The Quarry where you will need to put your archery skills to the test.

Can you locate the zombies and hold your nerve long enough to eliminate them before they eliminate you?