Our Thursday evening fun sessions attract a good range of ages and abilities. The next one's on 28 June at Thurlbear Woods. The aim is to improve your fitness, develop your confidence in navigating and according to lead coach Tess Stone, your "love of wildness!"
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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.
Andrew hits the streets
With a step up in age class, Andrew Page found himself let out of the park and into the streets, where he managed to beat some experienced campaigners in an impressive run down in Poole
Our junior section has become a bigger an ever more important part of the club over the years. What schemes and resources are available to juniors?
Junior Orienteering Group
Our Junior Orienteering Group (JOG) runs during term-times holding low-key weekly events aimed at juniors, families and all those looking to improve or to train.
More post-run treats
This is getting into a habit...two weeks' running we've been spoiled rotten! Last week at the holiday park it was pasties and ice creams, this week it was complimentary cream teas and cakes. All those extra calories were well-earned, of course, after a run in the baking sun.
St Audries qualifier results
After a pregnant pause in announcing the results so large it would put most prime time TV game or talent shows to shame, we can finally, officially, without further ado, pronounce "...and the winner is..."
Score challenge then social
Twenty five members, some with headtorches others hoping to get back by nightfall, took part in part in our latest course with 'invisible controls'. Afterwards, excellent achievements during the JOG season just gone were recognised with awards presented by our club president.
Spring term 2018
A list of all the Saturday JOG sessions just gone, with links to the reviews and photographs for each event
Back in action
Strong easterly winds and snow was forecast so we were amazed that nearly 40 people turned up to run at Wind Down. Pete Shirvington planned some excellent courses on his first attempt as a JOG planner.