British Schools Orienteering Association (BSOA) have decided that in view of the pandemic along with Government Guidance on school trips abroad that BSOA is not currently looking to send a delegation to World Schools Championships in Orienteering 2021.
On 12 October the Prime Minister announced a new system of COVID-19 restrictions to replace the existing local lockdown measures in individual areas.
Manchester and District Orienteering Club (MDOC) has launched 'Get Out & Go', a series of four new films targeted at novices and newcomers, thanks to a grant from Sport England. Filmed in urban parks during Summer 2020, the short videos show beginners all the basics of orienteering, from th...
British Orienteering are pleased to invite you to a webinar on Tuesday evening next week. This webinar is focused on bringing clubs together to talk about their club examples of how they have managed the return to orienteering, and to provide an opportunity to discuss and share experiences and ask ...
The existing British Orienteering Strategic Plan was published in December 2016 and includes a SWOT analysis for the sport and the organisation, vision, mission and values, priorities, risks, and objectives and is overall a well packaged piece of work. This plan has become less relevant with the pas...
Earlier today the Prime Minister announced a series of new measures to further control the spread of the virus, with new restrictions.
October Outdoors with Lagan Valley Orienteers and The Outdoor Partnership NI
Report by Katherine Ivory, member of Interlopers (INT).
Interlopers Event held at Mortonhall on 3 October 2020.
A petition has been launched calling for the government to protect outdoor education centres from imminent closure. One in three local authority centres are threatened and closures could deny millions of children the opportunity of potentially life-changing experiences.
This year’s World Mental Health Day (Saturday 10 October) comes as the coronavirus pandemic strains our lives in ways that would have seemed impossible a year ago.
Permanent Orienteering Courses are a perfect way to discover and have an Outdoor Adventure, and can still be done within social distancing requirements!
British Orienteering has partnered with Transport for London (TfL) to create a season of active travel-inspired urban orienteering challenges, giving Londoners the chance to explore the city in a whole new way throughout September and October.
Let’s talk about keeping children safe in sport
Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, the decision has been made to move the Coaching Conference planned for 2021, from its traditional January networking format, to online.
Report by Helen Errington
There is a short summary of the results of the JK2021 Survey available here:
Report by Amy Curtis member of Bristol Orienteering Klub
During the summer, Bristol Orienteering Klub (BOK) organised a very successful series of Junior Sprint Virtual Orienteering Courses using mobile phone technology.
Report by David Rawle member of Border Liners
British Orienteering is supporting National Fitness Day again this year. We are encouraging all those who have never tried orienteering to download one of over 500 Permanent Orienteering Courses across the UK.
British Orienteering continues to keep our guidelines for event organisers, coaches and participants under review as the government COVID-19 guidance evolve across the UK. Protecting the health of all our participants, members, volunteers and staff, and ensuring that we play our part in suppressing ...
South London Orienteers Regional Event: 13th September 2020
Latest news from the British Orienteering Foundation
SubscribeSubscribe to British Orienteering feed