MRM Archery - Aim to be the Best

MRM is delighted to announce another new venue for 2017 - Dovetshill Farm near West Calder.  It is approximately 30 minutes from Edinburgh city centre and 46 minutes from Glasgow city centre.


Dovetshill Farm, Harburn, West Calder, EH55 8RD.


This venue offers our customers a greater choice of venues especially those who live in the Edinburgh area. The farm will offer us an indoor facility later in the year. Sat nav will take you safely to the farm by exiting the M8 at either Junction 3 (Livingston) or Junction 4 (Bathgate/Whitburn/Falkirk). The farm is located on a corner (A704) and there is a large yellow & black directional sign near the entrance. On arriving at the farm there is a gated parking area on the right hand side (please do not park outside the farm house) - please ensure you close the gate behind and you will be met by a member of the MRM staff in the parking area.

 

 

MRM Archery Ltd has  a new venue for 2017 -  Westquarter & Redding Cricket Club, in Brightons, Falkirk.  This is approximately 40 mins by car from Glasgow or Edinburgh.

Westquarter & Redding Cricket Club, Bailliefields, Sunnyside Road, Brightons, Falkirk, FK2 0SA

So to get to Bailliefields take the A803 to Polmont; in the centre of Polmont Main Street there is a mini roundabout take the road signposted towards the station & HM Prison. Follow this road and pass the station, the road veers round to the right & you will pass a church on the left. Arrive at a T junction and there is a Spar shop in front of you. Turn left on A803 towards Maddiston. Follow this road uphill approx ¼ mile and turn right into Sunnyside Road. Approx 500yds along this road turn left into the Bailliefields entrance – car park is round the back of the building (not easily visible from the road).  Please drive through to the car park and don't try to park in the entrance.

 

Craufurdland Estate (http://www.craufurdland.co.uk) is situated in the heart of Central Scotland and gives our customers even more choice about where to enjoy their archery experience and is approximately 30 minutes from Glasgow city centre.

We can provide taster sessions and courses at this venue during the week and at weekends.

The 28th Laird of the Craufurdland Clan, alongside his wife and brother, manage and maintian this small historic family estate near Kilmarnock in Ayrshire, offering a wide variety of leisure activities and business enterprises.  The Estate, situated just off the M77, boasts a luxury, self catering holiday apartment together with some unrivalled fly-fishing with its 6 acre lochan stocked with trout and complete with its own welcoming shoreline cafe. There are numerous walking paths and 10km of adventurous mountain bike trails to explore. The Estate also has a burial ground for environmental burial and a pet pastures woodland burial ground. The Castle with all its history and grandeur can be hired for private events and corporate hospitality.

Directions:

From the North:

Take the slip road off M77 (Jct7) for Fenwick and Stewarton, turn left for Fenwick: at the roundabout turn right into Fenwick and follow the road for approx. one and a half miles then take a left down Waterslap (signed for Woodland Burial Ground): go up the hill past the farm on road side: at the next left hand bend you will see a set of gates straight ahead with a sign for the cafe and fishery. Take care crossing this road, go through the gates and continue down the drive until you see a loch on your right hand side. The car park for the archery activities is directly across the road opposite the cafe on the lochside.

From the South:

Take the slip road off the A77 for New Farm Loch and turn right onto what is known as Grassyards Road: follow this road for approx. one mile and turn left (signed for Fenwick), continue across the old narrow bridge and up the hill as the road veers to the right, you turn left through a set of gates. Go through the gates and continue down the drive until you see a loch on your right hand side. The car park for the archery activities is directly across the road opposite the cafe on the lochside.
 

Our next  venue in the heart of Central Scotland is Briarlands Farm (www.briarlandsfarm.co.uk)  and gives our customers another venue choice about where to enjoy their archery experience.

Briarlands Farm is a working farm, fruit farm and offers a wide range of fun activities for the whole family - you can easily spend a whole day enjoying what the farm has to offer. You can also sample the delights of the coffee shop selling great teas/ coffees, home baking and local produce.

Briarlands Farm is situated in the heart of Central Scotland near the Blairdrummond Safari Park just a few miles from Stirling. From Stirling follow the A84 towards Callander or exit the M9 at Jct10 and then follow the A84.

To find the Farm we do not recommend that you use sat nav, simply follow the signs to the Safari Park, then turn off the main road as though going into the safari park, (they share the same junction off the A84) - keep following the brown signs, and you will find the Farm about a mile down the road from the safari park.

We can provide taster sessions and courses at this venue during the week and at weekends.