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Welcome to RVAC
Welcome to the homepage of Roe Valley Archery Club (RVAC). RVAC is a young, ambitious archery club based in Limavady, Co. Londonderry . It plays host to a variety of archers from across the Roe Valley of all styles and ages. RVAC welcomes applications for membership at all levels, whether beginners or experienced archers. We encourage you to come along on a Friday night to try archery and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere within our club.

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Where you can find us

Roe Valley Archery Club is hosted at several venues throughout the year:
September – June Indoor Range
RVAC Marker A The Shed Known affectionately as “The Shed”, RVAC shoot most of the year at Gilfillian’s Farm on the Seacoast Road. During 2009/2010 RVAC will be vacating the Shed (or access may be limited) due to restoration work. Please do not hestitate to contact a member of the committee if you are in any doubt as to where the club is shooting.
July & August Limavady Recreation Club
Marker B The Recreation Club Club During the summer the club meets at Limavady Recreation Club on the Killane Road , Limavady. Various distances, up to ninety metres, are shot here though shorter distances are available for the less adventurous! Shooting at the Rec Club is often “weather permitting” and the club may cancel a night’s shooting if the weather is excessively damp or windy.
All Year and Field Competitions Gortnamoyah Forrest Please sign our e-Petition RVAC e-Petition
Marker C The Forest The club hosts its field shoots at a privately owned part of Gortnamoyah Forest . It has played host to prestigious regional level competitions such as the Northern Ireland Field Championships. The forest is located at the south end of the B190, “Belraugh Road” in the ‘Legavallon Pot.’
Travelling from Limavady

Leave Limavady via the A37, “Broad Road” heading for Coleraine. Turn right shortly after leaving town and crossing stone bridge (before sharp right turn) onto the “Drumsurn Road”. Follow this road for its entire length, passing through the village of Drumsurn . Emerging at an uphill stop junction turn left onto the B64, “Legavallon Road.” Follow this road and make a left turn onto the B190, “Belraugh Road”. The gate is shortly after the roadsign (left) and will be well signposted.
Forest View
Travelling from Dungiven and the Glenshane Pass (A6)

In Dungiven take the first right after the Church of Ireland church (RHS) onto the (B64) towards Garvagh, the “Legavallon Road.” Follow this road for a distance of approximately 5 miles and turn left onto the B190, “Belraugh Road”. Competitions will be signposted but the entry is on the LHS shortly after turning onto the road (immediately after the roadsign; above, left.)

Contact us:
Email info@roevalleyarchery.com

Philippe Moison (Teasurer)
Sean Kealey (Secretary)
John O'Neill (The Voice)
Pat Brown (Chairman)
- - - - - - - - (Senior Rep.)
Daniel Brown (Junior Rep)

NIFAA http://www.sixgolds.com/nifaa.htm
NIAS http://www.niarchery.co.uk/
FITA http://www.archery.org/
Archery GB (GNAS) http://www.gnas.org/
Drenagh Estate, Limavady http://www.drenagh.com/
Carrowmena Activity Centre & Hostel http://www.carrowmena.co.uk/

Lough Cuan http://www.loughcuanbowmen.com/index.htm
Ballyvally http://www.ballyvally.com/index.html

Custom Built Archery  http://www.custombuilt.co.uk/

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Indoor Range
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Limavady Recreation Club
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+54° 54' 28.4832", -6° 48' 23.8716"

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