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Fyne Court JOG

Queues forming at the controls!

A Fyne start

The first JOG of the Spring Term doubled up as a 'Come and Try It', which also had the effect of doubling up the attendance.

By 2pm the area was thronging with families - we hadn’t expected such a massive response!

Photos (Dropbox): Set 1, Set 2

Sun 12 Jan Read more…

New members

Members Graphic

A warm welcome to...

To Jake Belsten of Watchet. M21 Jake previously orienteered with Devon Orienteers and has returned to the sport after a few years away. Jake kindly provided a few words to the QO Website to introduce himself

Mon 6 Jan Read more…

Woodbury Common

The almost Serengeti-like plains of Woodbury Common

Devon League

About 20 QO members ran at Devon's lastest league event on physically tough heathland towards the south coast near Exmouth. Ollie Rant was top QO overall, Rosie Wych won Light Green and Ollie Lewis and Al Hemmings were runners up on their courses.


Sun 5 Jan Read more…

Coaching: review

Ashton Court, Bristol

Ashton Court

Karen Lewis took Oliver and Annabelle to Bristol OK's coaching session at Ashton Court on Saturday (4 January) and it sounds like they all got a lot out of the morning.

Karen reports...

Sun 5 Jan Read more…


Where we going next?

Spring programme

There's been plenty of beavering away behind the scenes to bring you another full term of events running from early January to late March. These include nine Saturday JOG events, with the next one at Huish Woods.

Downloadable fixture list

Juniors: home page

Fri 3 Jan Read more…

Brighton City Race

Post-race smiles, Brighton City race 2019

QO again had representation at this annual race on the far south coast, which coincides with a spectacular festive display known as the 'Burning of the clocks'. But were there any scorching times recorded?

Martin Lewis reports.

Results & reports (South Down Orienteers)

Sun 22 Dec Read more…


Over The Bridge, Thurlbear Woods

Autumn 2019

This was one of the toughest JOG programmes imaginable, held mostly on woods and open hillside, with no visits to school campuses.

We introduced a coaching element into this series and welcomed contributions to assessing juniors' skill levels as they worked towards badges.

Sun 15 Dec Read more…

Exmoor Challenge

Barrow at Tom's Hill

Walk & training weekends

Tom Hasler is looking to organise some club teams comprising of older school children for a long walk on Exmoor in late Spring, with some training weekends on offer in the build up.

Full details here

Mon 9 Dec Read more…

Club clothing

Neil and Jana model the QO top

This Christmas

Looking for a stocking filler? We have club t-shirts, O-tops and possibly still some jackets, in a range of sizes.

Please let us know if there are any other club clothing items you feel we could be producing e.g. hoodies

Mon 9 Dec Read more…

Kingswood & Soudley

How did he keep it mud-free? Steve's Blue course, Kingswood

Wye O Wye? Another Dean double

Obviously feeling surprisingly fresh after last weekend's triplet of events, several QO went back to the Wye Valley / Forest of Dean area for some more. Steve R reports from Kingswood and Jeff from Soudley.

Results- Kingswood

Results- Soudley

Sun 8 Dec Read more…

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