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Roughmoor JOG

Keeping focussed

This is a flood plain and it lived up to its name with water over the ankles to the first control on some courses, however, as orienteers know, once your feet are wet nothing afterwards is a problem.

Photos by Jim Pearson (Dropbox)

Sat 14 Mar Read more…

Club clothing

Neil and Jana model the QO top

Be seen in your club colours in the new 2020/21 season!

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

Sun 1 Mar Read more…

Spinney JOG/ social

Uphill for Phil

It started with a flurry of snow which gave way to sunshine. Then JOG as usual before heading indoors for a course planning workshop, social and a curry at the end. What a busy day!

Photos (iCloud) by Sheila Braine

Photos (Dropbox) by Jim Pearson

Sat 29 Feb Read more…

Huish Woods weekend

Action from the night nav

Junior training

Annabel Carter and Jacob Chattell's reports describe the weekend from a junior perspective and Vikki Page's piece gives a coach's point of view.

Photos (Dropbox)

Saturday's JOG at Huish

Sun 16 Feb 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...

Sat 15 Feb Read more…

Wind Down JOG

Mud was no obstacle for some

We managed to squeeze Wind Down JOG in before the arrival of storm Ciara which, at the time of writing, is threatening to cause chaos throughout the UK.

Photos (Dropbox)

JOG Spring programme

Sat 8 Feb Read more…

Netherclay JOG

It's that-a-way

Karen Lewis our planner, made the most of a small area for the 'Fox' training exercise by having map memory for the first half of the course and a compass and pacing exercise with a virtually blank map for the second.

Photos (Dropbox), by Jim Pearson

Spring programme here

Sat 1 Feb Read more…

Huish Woods JOG

at Huish Woods, Saturday

This JOG was just one aspect of the first Training Weekend QO have organised.

Mark Maynard was the planner and his detailed knowledge of Huish Woods meant that he was able to use the very diverse areas to maximum advantage for each course.

Photos (Dropbox) by Jim Pearson

JOG fixtures

Sun 19 Jan Read more…

Yvette Baker Trophy (YBT)

At the 2017 qualifier, Savernake

​National junior competition​

If our juniors can emulate their 2019 feat of qualifying for the final, we should have much less trouble getting there this time- it's 90 minutes away for most, at Westonbirt Arboretum. And the qualifier is on QO turf!

To get an idea of what the Trophy is about, read on....

Sun 19 Jan Read more…

Permanent Orienteering Courses


Within the club's area

If you're a newcomer keen to improve, you’d like to keep your orienteering skills up to scratch or you're after a form of exercise that's both affordable and can be done at your own pace, why not head out to one of the Permanent Orienteering Courses available in the vicinity?

Wed 15 Jan Read more…

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