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Archery Instructor Course 18 & 19 March **Sorry this course is now full


Archery Instructor Course 18 & 19 March **Sorry this course is now full
Wed, 18. March 2020 - Thu, 19. March 2020
Wiston Lodge - Lanark,


Needing to get the Archery GB ‘Archery Instructor Award’ qualification?

*Sorry this course is now full.

Then you’ve come to the right place! Working again in partnership with Wiston Lodge near Biggar ( we will be running our next course on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th March 2020.

Cost for this comprehensive 2 day course is £230pp which includes Archery GB registration, course fee, all learning materials & equipment, all tuition & final assessment, as well as lunch & teas / coffees on each of the two days. These courses are always popular and secure excellent feedback from participants.

Full board accommodation can be provided at Wiston Lodge at an extra cost.

Wiston Lodge was recently described by a visitor as your “nearest faraway place” - it is located equidistant between Edinburgh and Glasgow with an approximate travel time of 1 hour from each city, it is easy to get to…once you know how to find it!

If you are interested then don’t delay as these courses always book up quickly. To make an enquiry or booking please contact Wiston Lodge direct by contacting Vicky Reed, Outdoor Development Co-ordinator either by calling 01899 850 228 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  A deposit may be required to secure a place.


Wiston Lodge - Website
Millrigg Road, Wiston
ML12 6HT
United Kingdom


Wiston Lodge is an outdoor development centre and a charity, housed in a former Victorian Hunting Lodge built in the 1870s. We are located near Lanark in Scotland, an hour from  Glasgow, Edinburgh and Carlisle and 10 minutes from the M74 (J13).

Wiston Lodge provides physical, mental and spiritual challenge in a safe and sheltered residential environment for all users, but especially young people who are vulnerable or have additional support needs; enabling the development of respect for oneself, others and for the environment and encouraging lifestyles which are simple, nonviolent and free from destructive dependencies.