Wed 11 Aug
Long Valley South
Near: Aldershot more details...
Wed 18 Aug
Near: Ash more details...
Wed 25 Aug
Near: Pirbright more details...
Monday 30th August
This is an event you don't want to miss. The map, last used for UK Urban League in 2016 (link to Routegagdet here), has been extended eastwards to include an area not previously used for orienteering.
Our junior team of over 20 runners finished 4th in the delayed 2020 final of the Yvette Baker Trophy at Westonbirt Arboretum on 4th July. Thank you to Mel and others for marshalling the team, and to the juniors themselves for their great team spirit and clear enjoyment of the occasion.
Training and social activities
Thank you to the more than 60 members who responded - the survey is now closed. The Club paid the required fee to ensure that we can see ALL responses to the survey (contrary to what was implied in SNaggers). The Committee will review the full range of responses and decide whether to make any changes to our training activity schedule. For the time being weekly summer training remains on Wednesday evenings unless the web site details specifically state otherwise.
Organised outdoor sporting activities have resumed, subject to the necessary landowner permissions. National governing body Covid-safe protocols will apply.
Entry limits and restrictions may still apply. Keep an eye on the website and your inbox.
We have regular Wednesday evening training activities from April to September, free of charge, but currently for SN members only. Newcomers please contact us in advance for advice. Details are in the events section of the SN website.
Virtual and solo-O courses are still available, but the taped control sites for the solo-O courses are no longer being actively maintained.
Get your orienteering fix with a selection of Solo-O and MapRunF courses for you to complete at your own pace and in your own time. SN reminds all members of the club and O community that any participation should be done totally in line with the current restrictions regarding COVID-19.
National guidelines say that "If you need to travel you should stay local – meaning avoiding travelling outside of your village, town or the part of a city where you live".
For complete details please see both the government and BO web pages