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.
A warm welcome to...
The MacAlister family of Wellington, Angus, Lucy, Ella and Gracie, who have been regulars at JOG.
The Chattells, Steve and Jacob of Taunton. Jacob won the White course at our Culm Davy league event and Steve was 3rd on Light Green.
The following is a list of members for each of the three teams that will put on five forest league events (QOFLs) this season (2019/20).
Updated 10 November 2019
join up or renew for 2020
From 1 November you can join us and receive two months' free membership in addition to your 2020 subs.
Membership gives you access to discounts, entry onto league tables and a certain level of insurance cover while running at events.
Croeso 2020 - Welsh 6 Days preliminary details available here
Report from latest committee meeting (3 Oct) now available- here
Latest monthly newsletter from the SW Orienteering Association- here
New training website (as featured in CompassSport magazine, June 2019): Better Orienteering - here
The health benefits of 'green exercise'- survey
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).
A warm welcome to Ollie Rant, who joins us having sampled several JOG training sessions this season and last.
Membership secretary Judy Craddock said "It's great to have Ollie on board, our first M21 for a long time."