Toria Greening

Toria had been member of Whiteleaf Bowmen for almost 45 years.  During that time she had been Club and County Champions, not to mention medallists at the National Indoor Championship, The Grand  National Archery Meeting and The Southern Counties Archery Meetings and regularly shot for Buckinghamshire.

At the club she had held all the major offices including Chairman when the club was forced to moved from “The Rose and Crown” at Saunderton in 2003.  Fortune was with us when we found our present home at Walter’s Ash.  In the early 1990’s she was made Honorary Vice President and Life member to reward her for her endeavours for the club.

Toria was a regular at Beginners classes, Fun Shoots and Work Parties where she was famed for her Rock Cakes at the rest intervals.

Toria’s son Paul came down from Coventry to plant an ornamental cherry tree at the far end of the field along the bottom fence,  with a plaque commemorating both Toria and Ken Greening.  Jan O’Keefe, Francis Gerrard, Susan and Barry Tutty, and Tony White were there from the club.