Wear your club colours with pride in the forest with a club top, only £16 for children and £20 for adult.
Before and after your run, be seen in your club soft shell jacket, available in bottle green or black. Available now at a subsidised price.
A warm welcome to...
Millfield Prep School pupils Leon Harmes, Hannah Hayes, Joseph Cox and Zachary Lees. JOG has been delighted to welcome Matt Carter's mini bus full of boys and girls regularly on Saturday afternoons.
Finally, we play host to a summer relay, to be held in the Quantocks in June. As usual, there are six other relays to look forward to, held throughout the South West in anything from landscaped school grounds to open moors.
When there's an after dark event afterwards, the JOG session is for some a warm up...but not at Vivary Park it wasn't! Although the sun was out, it was such a bitterly cold afternoon it actually felt warmer at the QOAD event
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The club has developed a scheme designed to help and encourage those looking to improve and / or gain confidence. But for it to work properly, we need more potential matches. All welcome regardless of age or experience.
We had an action-packed night with linear courses using smart phone scanning in French Weir park then three presentations in the Park Room, on urban orienteering races and then kit, followed by a discussion about the courses at Wind Down last week.
The annual SW Galoppen series is underway! You're pitted against some of the best terrain in the South West, over nine events from autumn to spring. Venues vary from runnable forest, open hillside, moorland, dunes and mixed New Forest terrain.
Rosie's focus last week at the COACH building was how we make courses Fun, Fair & Safe. This Thursday, Steve Robertson continues the theme of appraising & improving courses, relating his experience of controlling a wide range of events. Physical training continues as usual.
Weekend of 25/26 Nov
Several members headed off in different directions on Sunday, the Robertsons to South Wales and the Lewises to Mount Edgcumbe country park in Cornwall.
NEW: Latest QOFL league table (elite), after Wind Down event
Forest of Dean
The favoured venue for many a national competition was buzzing again on Sunday, this time with children competing for their schools. Two were QO's Annabel and Chloe Carter. Meanwhile, dad Matt presumably baked in the glorious sunshine while waiting at the finish