The sport of archery is enjoying a surge in popularity in Robin Hood's home county of Nottinghamshire.
The London 2012 Olympics have had an impact, while a pot of money set up to create a legacy from the Games is paying for new equipment.
Peter Bearne reports.
Archery clubs in Nottinghamshire have seen a 70% rise in the number of members since the Olympics.
Sports groups are being given a fund share of one million pounds to create a legacy after the games.
Chris Joyce from the Nottinghamshire Archery Society and members from a club in Burton Joyce have been talking to ITV News Central.
Nottinghamshire County Council is increasing funding for sports clubs in a bid to keep the Olympic legacy going.
The council launched a £1 million fund last year for local sports clubs, but the figure has now increased by £700,000 to £1.7 million.
It has been increased after hundreds of applications were received from groups that had seen more people taking part following London 2012.