Sarum was invited today to visit St Edmund's Girls school in Salisbury to present, along with other sports,a display of our orienteering activities. We hoped our display and chat would encourage some of the pupils to come and have a go at orienteering. We were helped by Lucy Wilkinson who is a Sarum member and pupil at St Edmund's and many thanks to Lucy for her help, Club Chairman, Ian Peirce and his wife Freda were present as was Club Captain Charlotte Lisa Thornton. I do hope our presentation has resulted in some more interest in orienteering. ... See MoreSee Less
To all parents of orienteering children. Have you entered for the British Schools' O Champs yet? If your childs' school does not do orienteering, you can still compete. All you do is download a form from here: www.bsoa.org/home/raw?htm=BSOC17 , fill it in, get the head teacher to sign it, pay the £7 per child and send it off before 31st October. We'd love to see more 'reasonably local' children in the Forest of Dean. ... See MoreSee Less
Please note that, under BSOA rules, New Beechenhurst is out-of-bounds for competitors, their parents and teachers/supervisors until the event. Details of the areas concerned will be on the British Orienteering website
British Orienteering is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic individual to the post of Active Clubs Coordinator (Maternity Cover). The role is full time and for a minimum of 6 months. The role is home based with travel required across Northern Ireland.
Sarum was awarded clubmark status in September 2016
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