British Orienteering have been working with Sport England and Club Matters on a brand-new video to recognise the amazing efforts of volunteers across grassroots sport and physical activity during the pandemic.
Each day of Volunteers’ Week 2021 British Orienteering will focus on a different theme of volunteering to ensure we recognise the impact that different types of volunteering within the sport of orienteering across the UK. Each day is a chance to take the time to say thank you to volunteers across th...
British Orienteering will be joining many organisations across the country for this year's Volunteers' Week, which starts today (1 June) and runs until 7 June. We want to celebrate the difference volunteers make and thank you all for your time and energy you give to our sport every week.
Report by Andy Yeates, Major Event consultant.
Report by Helen Errington, Major Event consultant on behalf of Pat Macleod, NGOC, BNOC Organiser
Report by Mike Forrest, Co-ordinator and member of Bristol Orienteering Klub (BOK)
Report by John Dalton, member of Thames Valley Orienteering Club (TVOC) and Event Organiser.
Enjoy the outdoors and get out on a Permanent and/or Virtual Orienteering Course this Bank Holiday Weekend
Orienteering is unique in that it can be enjoyed locally and is suitable for ages and abilities.
Update Report by Norman Hall, Event Co-ordinator and member of Deeside Orienteering Club
Report by Graham Pigott, Potteries Orienteering Club (POTOC)
Update from the Organisers
It is great to see orienteering events and activities happening far and wide, and orienteers being able to enjoy what they enjoy the most.
Report by Kay Hawke, Pendle Forest Orienteers
Inspired by World Orienteering Day? – and want to introduce orienteering into your own school or youth group setting?
World Orienteering Day 2021 (19-25 May) ran for a week and it was great to see so many schools, community groups and clubs taking part.
The British Mountain Bike Orienteering Score Championships takes place on the weekend of 24th & 25th July in Tebay, Cumbria.
On behalf of Andrew Evans, Chair of The Orienteering Foundation
Nike and ukactive Kids are searching for England’s Active School Heroes - and are calling for nominations!
British Orienteering is creating an exciting new role to address the increasing environmental, economic and regulatory challenges we face in securing access to the countryside for orienteering. This new position will be part-time for three days per week and can be carried out remotely or at British ...
Alistair Young, Director of Sport Performance and Excellence at Hanson Academy, says:
Wednesday 19 May - Tuesday 25 May 2021
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