Mandy Chapman – Life President

Jean Kneller – Treasurer and Secretary

I joined the club in 2006 when I took part in the first beginner’s course. Since then, I have briefly shot recurve, compound (for about 10 years) before finally seeing the light and shooting longbow.
I’ve been on the committee for many years: ordinary member, records officer, treasurer and now secretary & treasurer.
Archery is my main hobby, but I also enjoy knitting and playing computer games – especially time-wasting city-building ones.

Andrew Nicholson – Membership Secretary

Alan Larkin – Records and Welfare Officer

I am a retired civil servant/toolmaker. I started Archery as part of a family activity with my Wife and Daughter after doing the beginners course I have embraced archery as a new hobby, after a year I took over as records officer. With the committees help I developed a better 252 scheme for all archer, I also run the winters frostbite shoot. I feel I am an active member of the club by helping out with the beginners courses and anything that is required for the club.

John Doughty – Equipment Officer

Michelle Larkin – Safeguarding Officer

Hi I am Michelle, I work within Kings College Hospital Trust as a Trust Safety Officer. I took up Archery a year after my husband and teenage daughter it now something we can do as  family. I advise on Health and Safety matters for the club.

Simon Clifton – Field Captain

Simon has been shooting (with breaks) for nearly 30 years. He recently made the switch to Longbow and hasn’t looked back…

Ken Gosden – Deputy Field Captain

Club member for about 6 to 7 years.
Conned into committee member for last 3 years.
Self proclaimed Club joker, but not always funny.
Highly approachable but some how scares off strangers.
Average archer but have a few club medals and badges.
Seems knowledgeable but aint.
Dont like external compititions, but enjoys club ones.

Paul Napleton – Deputy Field Captain

Mick ‘Spider’ Webb – Ordinary Member

Robert Forrest – Ordinary Member

I joined the club circa 11 years ago after experiencing the joys of archery first shooting at my brother in laws club in Almere, Holland.
I took a break from archery due to work commitments and re joined our friendly club in 2019.
As a previous member on the committee, I have again taken this opportunity to represent the fellow archers of Sutton Bowmen in ensuring with my other committee members, our club continues to be the welcoming and right club for you.
Always happy to chat and share experiences.