Mole Valley Bowmen were founded in March 1974 in Leatherhead, Surrey. Originally with just 12 members, the club has seen a steady increase and now hovers around the 40 mark. Based in Leatherhead until 2005, Mole Valley Bowmen (or MVB) now shoot in Dorking.
We run two open competitions each year, the Wand in May and Sheila Brown in June. Information on these can be found via the links to the right.
The favoured bow at the club tends to be recurve, however over the last few years several club archers have been adding longbow to their armoury. In addition we even have a few compound bow archers.
The club has a good recreational and tournament archery mix, with many members shooting in tournaments around the country. Several club members are also part of the Surrey County Squad.
We run two beginners courses during the outdoor season, one in the Spring and one in the Autumn. If you're interested have a look at the How To Join page where you'll find all the details.
The Autumn 2016 beginners course application form is now available on the How to Join page.
The results for the 2016 Sheila Brown can be downloaded from the Sheila Brown page.
The results for the 2016 Clout and Wand can be downloaded from The Wand page.
The ladies and gents outdoor club records have been updated.
2016 Summer shooting program download here
MVB believe that when dealing with children and vulnerable adults, their welfare should always be of paramount importance. We are committed to providing an environment where young people can learn and participate in a sport free from harassment and abuse. All those people working with children have a moral responsibility to safeguard and promote a child's welfare. This club has therefore adopted the GNAS Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy to ensure peace of mind for both adults and children.