Kent Field Championship date

Due to the on going wet weather it has been decided to move the Kent Field championship to a time when hopefully we will have no issues with parking at the site. Those of you that attended last year will be aware of how wet the parking area was and we do not wish to further upset the land owner and risk having no where to park. We will notify the date as soon as confirmed.

Kent Field Archery event information

The Kent Field Archery events are open to all Kent Archery members.

You can pay for individual days at a cost of £5 per person or a years membership is available, the planned event on the 12th of November is the last this season.

Archers of any age or bow style are welcome so long as you are able to negotiate the woods, it can be slippery, muddy and you will need to climb up hills and over obstacles. Dress appropriately.

Located at Gore Wood, Pett Rd, near Sittingbourne,


If you wish to attend please notify KAF chairman Geoff Barker by emailing,, this is especially important if juniors are attending to ensure the correct shooting distances are set out.

Golden Records goes Live

Please share with all club members and Kent members.

Score Submission – new online platform

The score keeping programme is not being maintained so has fallen behind Archery GB’s changes to rounds, handicaps, & classifications.As a result, KAA have had to switch to a different platform: Golden Records.

Golden Records is up to date and is actively maintained.  It also includes field rounds, which were never catered for on 

Existing Kent records and ARCHR scores have been transferred to Golden records.  Scores that were submitted by clubs and individuals, since January 2022, have also been uploaded to Golden Records. Scores for 2023 havehad their handicap and classification updated in line with Archery GB.

To enable this,all Kent archers who have submitted scores in the past 18 months, either directly or via club record officers, have had a new Golden Records account created.

Golden Records is now live!

Next Steps:

Archers who previously supplied an email address in order to use will be sent an email with log in details. will not accept new scores from 9th August.

Those who previously relied on their club records officer are asked to email the KAA records officer:


The responsibility to submit scores lies with individual archers NOT club records officers. This change was made in 2020 because very few clubs were submitting scores so talented archers may have felt overlooked.

All scores should have proof attached,e.g., an official competition results sheet, an IANSEO screenshot, a signed scoresheet (app generated or paper based).

When selecting Kent teams,the selection committee will give priority to proven scores.