at Taunton Athletic Club
In late July, we put on a maze course for school children who are keen on athletics during this annual week-long sporting event run by a well-established Somerset-based athletics club
at Norton Manor Camp
The rain didn't dampen the mood in the annual mass participation event at the marines' Taunton base. A great turnout of club helpers got the 850 children on their way and gain their first experience of orienteering
Juniors rise to the challenge
Thanks to our members investing in our green and yellow club shirts, the rolling wooded lawns of the stately home had a highly visible Quantock presence on Sunday, during Bristol OK's annual relay.
& other news
With the QO banner and club shirts centre stage, more than 100 pupils at Meare Village School near Glastonbury sampled the sport as part of Wednesday's annual global celebration of the sport.
Schoolchildren try maze
11 May saw the official opening of the COACH building in French Weir Park, Taunton. COACH stands for Centre for Outdoor Activity and Community Hub. QO have been using the COACH building for the base for their Club Night Training sessions for a few months now.
Northumberland, 1 & 2 July
Juniors, you did so well in the YBT qualifying round that it’s a possibility that we’ll go to the north east for the final- be there! If we do go, the venue has good contour detail and that is what Tess and Vikki's Thursday training sessions are now concentrating on.
& awards presentation
The evening began with a warm up led by Tess and Angela. This was followed by a Clock Relay in French Weir Park and the Presentation of Certificates and Trophies in the COACH Building by QO President Mike Crockett.
Action from last event of season
The course planners Graham and Brian Pearson made us work up a sweat in warm early spring weather this Saturday, taking us some of us round this lovely little wood once, twice or three times depending on which course you were running