The government timetable for England currently has competitive outdoor sport restarting from 29 March. British Orienteering has indicated that to be the earliest date that they will support orienteering events. Obviously, this is dependent on what happens in the next few weeks.
Quantock Orienteers is planning on restarting with a few events where social distancing can be easily managed. They will be MapRun events requiring no touching controls, no download, and only minimal contact at map collection. As before, there will be online registration and only a few competitors allowed within each 15-minute start window to avoid queues at map collection and any congestion on the course.
We are currently discussing things with the planners, controllers and organisers, but the possible events include a special on Ham Hill (it would have been QOFL6) and the three postposed Street Series events.
We also have SEGOL21 and Quantock Challenge '21 to look forward to, both of which are effectively VPOCs with no staffing and people able to run any time over several weeks.
Keep an eye out on the Events page for details...