Welcome to the forum Roy. I'm trying to diagnose what the problem might be from what you have mentioned, quite a few things come to mind but at least you have been getting a kickback that is a good sign, at least it is trying and not totally dead, although you have a spark at the plug are you satisfied that you've got the timing set correctly, if so have you got a supply of fuel running into the carburettor, if yes and you've been kicking it over its possible that the crankcase is flooded although you've not found wet plugs, perhaps just kicking it over isnt drawing fuel mix through from the carb, have you used the tickler to flood the float chamber, if not then try that. There is no mention of how long its been since the engine was last run, at the present time assuming the crank seals are o.k. the Arrow could perhaps do with a push and bump start to get the engine turning over at a reasonable rate you cannot achieve with the kickstarter, alternatively try a Paddock starter if you have one or know someone with one see if you can borrow it.
Any signs of wet plugs and still wont start another trick I've used successfully to get a reluctant engine to fire up is to remove plugs, kick it over a few times then fit a spare pair of plugs heated up on the gas stove, fit them to the engine as soon as you can whilst hot, its not easy juggling hot plugs to get them started on the thread but hotter the better then try starting the engine on the kickstarter, keeping the throttle just open a fraction. See how you get on, no joy get back to us.