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Paul D
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Archery Insurance

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Still looking araound to get insurance to let the public "have a go" at archery at a few events spread over the year. The insurance company is looking for a risk assessment. Does anyone out there have one I could copy please? Thanks (hopefully).

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My group uses insurance cover provided by The Shooters Rights Association which is reasonably priced and undemanding, if you still need a risk assessment though let me know and I can email you mine.
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Thanks for this and YES PLEASE I would really like your risk assessment form. Cheers.

Paul :D

Essex Archer wrote:My group uses insurance cover provided by The Shooters Rights Association which is reasonably priced and undemanding, if you still need a risk assessment though let me know and I can email you mine.

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Hiya EA. Thanks for the info, I have now joined The SRA but need a copy of their insurance to show the venue I am shooting at at the weekend. I have left a message but don't know when they will get back to me. Do you have a copy please? Also your RA was GREAT. Many thanks

Essex Archer wrote:My group uses insurance cover provided by The Shooters Rights Association which is reasonably priced and undemanding, if you still need a risk assessment though let me know and I can email you mine.

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