Jackets & tops
We are still taking orders for club jackets at a subsidised price. We also have a batch of club tops. They are based on the previous design but this time they are only £16 for children and £20 for adults.
Next one: Tuesday (15th)
Would you like to learn how to plan exciting courses to be run at our junior events? On Monday, five prospective planners had a go at doing just that. Mike Crockett's session will be repeated this Tuesday (15th August)- please apply to Judy Craddock if you would like to attend.
Venues and formats announced
Our long O team is gearing up for our annual weekend held at the end of September. We return to the western Quantocks, last used in 2013 for the score and on Day 2 return to Cloud Farm in Doone Country, Exmoor, scene of a memorable event from 2011. Flyer
Close tussle between QO teams
Captain for the day Chris Philip set up our three teams to be quite equal and so competitive with each other to see who could claim club "bragging rights"! His vision was rewarded with a tight finish between two of those teams... Results
3rd place for QO in 2017
A record breaking summer...we had more than 40 individuals taking part in SWOA's series. In a year when Bristol OK took everyone by surprise by entering teams consistently, we managed to finish some way ahead of Sarum to claim third behind the usual series winners Wessex Raiders.
for Autumn term
We have a weekly event every Saturday from mid September to mid December, with the usual full range of venues, from college campuses up to "proper" forests and open hilltop. Download your fixture list here
30 July - 5 August
Ten members are heading for the bi-annual tournament on Royal Deeside. During this time, there will be very little if any updating of this website but hopefully not much news to report on either. So if you want to follow the action from up north, see the Scottish 6 Days website
2016-17 annual report
For the benefit of those that didn't attend the AGM, reproduced here is the chairman's report read out by Roger Craddock that day. Roger recounts the major achievements this year, thanking the individuals concerned and outlining projects, challenges and things to look forward to next season...
Congratulations to Graham Hartley on becoming the 2017 champion on Bristol OK's urban summer series, winning the Green (middle length) course. It went down to the wire, with Graham stealing in ahead of the favourite for the title when she missed a control