Axe and Knife throwing Thursday club

£10.00

A open club night for all those holding a K.A.T.T.A membership card or are members of the Essex backyard throwers, a 2 hour session from 8pm onwards, bring your own knives and axes and have a great time at our indoor range.Throwing lanes

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The Thursday night axe and knife throwing club meets from 7-9

bookings can be done from the from above, This is were you can hone your skills and preacctie in a nice warm and welcoming envirionment.

Knive and axe throwing is one of the safested articpation sports in the country and whilst alivel of fitenss is diseried, all levels of fitness can be catered for.

For more inforamtion please go to the EBT website. They will do thier best to help with eany questions about the club, good throwing.

From the EBT website axe and knife throwing club

The founding members are Alan K Parish, Roger Nuttall and Terry Longhurst.

The club has grown in popularity in this short time and our aim is to promote a fun and safe environment to practice this great sport of precision knife and tomahawk throwing.

Check out the Video section to see some of the events and competitions we run throughout the year.

We work closely with the Scouts and help teach the scout leaders to set up and run ranges safely throughout the country.

We use Tomahawks, Angels, knives and double bit axes.

The club is run using  K.A.T.T.A.  guidelines.

The club meets every Tuesday and the occasional weekend all year round and now we are able to meet at Target Sports World every Thursday.

Every club day I post on the E.B.T. Facebook group so it’s the easy way to stay in touch with all the latest news and pictures. Join the group at Facebook .

If you have any questions please use the contact form.

The purpose of K.A.T.T.A. is to foster the art/sport of throwing knives, axes, double bit axes and tomahawks in the UK

and to offer help in the promotion of this sport and its impeccable safety record.