Information supplied by Judy Craddock member of Quantock Orienteers The Missing Maps Project was set up by the British and American Red Cross, Medecins Sans Frontiers, and Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team to produce maps of vulnerable areas in the developing world that can be used to support humanit...
Introduction to Orienteering Courses for Secondary Schools.
In 2021, between Wednesday 19 May and Tuesday 25 May 2021, any activity held can be registered as a World Orienteering Day event.
Orienteering is unique in that it can be enjoyed locally and is suitable for ages and abilities.
Ecotrails are a series of educational resources to navigate and explore the local environment using an orienteering map.
Whilst orienteering events and activities have been on hold for the last while, there has been lots of work going on in the background to position us to get more people than ever out orienteering, just as soon as we are able. Here is a flavour of what the Scottish Orienteering Association Developm...
During February 2021, the 7th annual Catching Features World Orienteering Championships took place in a virtual Czech terrain. There were two training courses and seven competitions.
Report by Alasdair Shaw member of Quantock Orienteers. Our Club Virtual Lockdown Challenge: Land's End to John O'Groats and back again.
British Orienteering has produced the latest Back to Orienteering Guidance for England.
The closing date for ALL nominations is fast approaching!
Report by Helen Errington and Andy Yeates British Championships 2021
Time is running out for any licensed coaches to secure a funded place on the Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshops.
British Orienteering has today launched a new eLearning course for Secondary School Teachers.
The Finnish Orienteering Federation and organisers of the European Trail Orienteering Championships (ETOC) which were scheduled to be held in Lohja, Finland from 12 - 16 May 2021, have informed the International Orienteering Federation (IOF) that they are unable to conduct the event due to Covid-19 ...
The Government published its roadmap on 22 February for the gradual and staged easing of lockdown restrictions in England. Restrictions will be eased across all areas of England at the same time.
Did you miss any of the Virtual Coaching Conference? The 2021 conference concluded earlier this month, but don’t worry if you missed any sessions or want to watch any back, they are now all available online.
Due to COVID-19, there are restrictions across the UK. The activities listed here are to support individual exercise (or exercise within your household/ support bubble) and should only be undertaken if they are local to you.
The Orienteering Foundation (OF) has awarded a grant to the British Orienteering TrailO Development Group for the production of a video describing and promoting Trail Orienteering. Details of the scope and purpose of the video are given on the OF website www.orienteeringfoundation.org.uk under the m...
Keeping children entertained during half-term is a challenge at the best of times, but Orienteering is a great way to stay active locally in the area where you live and within the government COVID-19 restrictions.
Nominations are now open for the 2020 Volunteer, Club, Coach and Mapping Awards!