IF you have ever fancied having a go at archery shoot over to Caernarfon Castle over the May bank holiday weekend.

A 'have-a-go archery day,' is being held with the Red Dragon Archers from Caernarfon.

The group are the castle's resident archery club, and they will demonstrate how the bow has evolved since the days of the medieval longbow. They will also provide instruction on how to shoot a bow. The cost is £3 for six arrows.

Learn how to load and fire a trebuchet, watch an arrowsmith making a medieval arrowhead, see a fletcher placing the feathers. Garrison ladies will also be at the campsite to discuss medieval food and herbal remedies.

The event runs from Saturday, May 4 - Sunday, May 5, times run from 11am - 3.30pm. Prices are adult, £9.90, family, £28.90 (two adults and up to three children under 17).

Members are free, disabled and companion, free,

juniors (Aged five-17), NUS/Armed Forces and Veterans, £6 and seniors (aged 65+) £8.