Voluntary Nature of the Club

CCAC relies completely on volunteers – there are no paid staff within our structure. All the coaches and admin staff within the Club give their time freely. All the money that goes into the Club is used to pay Club expenses which include rent of facilities, Archery Ireland affiliation, club equipment, and day-to-day running costs.

Membership Fees

Club membership fees have two components: Archery Ireland membership fees and our own Club membership fees. Both memberships are mandatory for people wishing to shoot with the club.

The annual fees detailed below are due by the end of March every year. CCAC begins accepting renewal forms on the 1st of February each year. New members may sign up at any time, though anyone wishing to join the Club as a shooting member must have completed a beginner course.

 

CCAC Individual Membership Fees 2017

Master, Senior, Junior (18+) €70.00
Master 60+, Student, Junior in full-time education, Cadet, Unemployed €35.00
Non-Shooting €10.00

CCAC Family Membership Fees 2017

  Master, Senior, Junior Cadet, Student Non-shooting
1st Archer €70.00 €35.00 €10.00
2nd Archer €50.00 €25.00 €10.00
3rd Archer + €50.00 €25.00

 

Archery Ireland Fees 2017

  New Members Renewal
Master, Senior, Junior €50.00 €80.00
Master 60+, Student, Cadet €25.00 €40.00
Non-shooting €10.00

Archery Ireland Family Membership Fees 2017

  Master, Senior, Junior Cadet, Student Non-shooting
1st Archer €80.00 €40.00 €10.00
2nd Archer €56.00 €28.00  Free
3rd Archer + €40.00 €20.50

 

Hall Fees

Hall Fees are paid each night to help cover the cost of renting the hall and equipment used.

Master, Senior, Junior 18+ €4
Master 60+, Student, Junior in FTE, Cadet, Unemployed €3
Family of 2 €5
Family of 3 €7
Family of 4+ €10