During lock down
Several QO members have been busy behind the scenes setting up some virtual orienteering and chat facilities...
Join in the discussion on QO's Facebook on how to tackles individual legs on a virtual course
A warm welcome to...
Simon and Francesca Tong, of the Blackdown Hills area. Thanks to Simon for introducing himself and Francesca, further below. Simon is returning to the sport having attended major O events back in the day and took in the Huish Woods event.
Senior group training
It was the club's first training weekend! So how did the senior coaching go? Sarah Pascall and Tom Hasler each give their accounts.
Plus coaching team member Richard Sansbury describes the exercises the coaches devised and got their group to try out.
How to join
Quantock Orienteers (QO) welcomes new members of all ages, from complete beginners through to experienced orienteers. The club is affiliated to British Orienteering (BOF), the sport’s national governing body, and you join the club via British Orienteering (see below for details).
New arrival at JOG
The Toomers and Macphersons presented QO with a new mascot, made by Sue.
Elven in appearance, he could almost have emerged from the woods. He's already invested in some QO merchandise too- check out the detail on Sue's stitchwork.