Readers mail…. Nick Gough…Lambousa Archers….. On the 14th of November the Lambousa Archers took part in the last ‘open’ competition of the season and one which commemorated the 37th anniversary of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
The Lambousa Archers, represented by Nick Gough and Mike Turner competed in the latest tournament organised by the KKTC Okculuk Federasyonu held at the Pia Bella Hotel, Girne, on Saturday the 17th of October.
By Nick Gough Lambousa Archers In 2002, workers preparing the site for a housing development near Amesbury, Salisbury, discovered human remains. Wessex archaeology investigated and what emerged into the light of day after over 4,000 years underground, was one of the most significant archaeological finds in Western Europe.
We have received and published some interesting articles including the history of archery from the Lambousa Archers so in this post, we dived into their Facebook page click here to take a closer look at what they are all about and this is what they had to say..