Last year 552 of British Orienteering members took up the Cotswold Outdoor offer, and on average made a saving of £9.84 per transaction.
The Great British Week of Sport starts today (Saturday 19 September) and runs for a whole week until Sunday 27 September 2020.
For UK Coaching Week 2020, UK Coaching are offering some great limited-time offers.
Complementing the Full Club Guidance, British Orienteering have today released a Coaching Guidance document for England.
British Orienteering has today launched a new eLearning ‘Introduction to Orienteering’ course for all teachers, outdoor centre staff, group and youth leaders across the UK.
Transport for London (TfL) has partnered with British Orienteering to create a season of active travel-inspired urban orienteering challenges
Explore London on foot with TfL’s Streetspace-inspired orienteering challenges.
The Toolkit comprises of the UK Coaching Duty to Care ‘Digital Badge’ and supporting coach learning resources set across the five distinct pillars of Duty to Care:
As a coach, you have a duty to care for every individual you support and interact with. This should be the golden thread that runs through every aspect of your coaching, as you strive to meet people’s physical, social, emotional and psychological needs.
UK Coaching has launched a new toolkit that will ensure the nation’s coaches are equipped with the knowledge and skills to provide great coaching experiences to others, and support them as coaches to better look after themselves as they return to coaching after COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed.
British Orienteering is supporting UK Coaching Week 2020 which starts today and runs to Sunday 20 September.
Report by Pauline Tryner (Organiser) and Dom Dakin both who are members of South Yorkshire Orienteers Graves Park was our second local evening event run under the new COVID guidelines, but the first on council-owned land. The first was an urban sprint held at Sheffield University’s currently empty...
Leicestershire Orienteering Club (LEI) have traditionally run a series of 18-20 summer evening events, so the opening up of Orienteering was a chance to salvage something from the summer.
One of the Starts Steve Corrigan from Eborienteers, says: "We had a successful Regional Event at Skipwith Common on Sunday 30 August 2020 with 240 competitors. To accommodate everyone safely we used two separate starts and extended the start times from 10:30am to 13:45am."
British Orienteering regrets to announce the cancellation of the 2021 JK Festival of Orienteering. JK 2021 was due to be organised in Devon and Cornwall over the Easter weekend by members and clubs from the South West Orienteering Association.
With the restart in Orienteering events taking place, members should be aware that the current ranking points system remains suspended.
Over the late spring and early summer months British Orienteering ran a Photo Competition with prizes kindly donated by Cotswold Outdoor.
Following the review of the Return to Orienteering guidance in England by the Board of British Orienteering on Tuesday 1st September, please find the link to the full document.
Report by Steve Breeze, Chair of West Cumberland Orienteering Club West Cumberland Orienteering Club were keen to get back to orienteering as soon as possible.
On behalf of Tom Hollowell, Secretary General/CEO, International Orienteering Federation (IOF) Call for volunteers in the areas of IT and Global Development
Sarah Mansel is a member of Suffolk Orienteering Club Sarah Mansel tells of her Lockdown Adventure with MapRun.
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