Wear your club colours with pride in the forest with a club top, only £16 for children and £20 for adult.
Before and after your run, be seen in your club soft shell jacket, available in bottle green or black. Available now at a subsidised price.
Newcomer finds lost SI card
Like finding a needle in a haystack...no, we're not talking about "that" control on your last course. Rather, what happens when those neat little timing chips we attach to our index fingers go missing during competition (and hopefully not into a pile of brashings)
at Combe Hill
Publicity is difficult enough to obtain for minority sports like ours, which lie largely off the media's radar. The patience of club president Mike Crockett was tested while seeking a mention for the club on Radio Bristol and BBC Somerset recently. Mike reports...
St Audries 1970
To show how far orienteering has developed, Gavin Clegg takes a peak down memory lane to his first ever orienteering event at the same venue we used on Sunday but nearly half a century later
A collection of links to articles on the subject
Back issues of the club magazine
Logos, kits & areas: a guide
"I know where I'm going...because I'm an orienteer" goes the car window sticker. Then why does the sport make it so difficult to identify its clubs? BADO, DRONGO, SPLOT, ERYRI, anyone? If you're suffering from acronym angst or kit colour confusion, read this guide - it's a spotter's guide to all nine clubs in the south west (SWOA) region.