Our next local event was due to be held at Binning Wood on Saturday 28th March.
CoViD19 / Coronavirus – Unfortunately British Orienteering has decided that all O events are cancelled for 12 weeks starting from 17th March 2020.
We hope that our events are actually postponed rather than cancelled and that we will be able to stage them at a later date.
It was great to see so many people including lots of first timers and new club members at this event. And weren’t we lucky with the weather?
Thanks to everyone who came and to the many teams of helpers (mappers, coaches, computing, meet-and-greeters, control collectors) involved in putting on a complex day – a junior training programme followed by a traditional orienteering event. And because the assembly area has to be some way from the wood it is an extra challenge to stage any event at Butterdean. There were a few glitches but we hope you enjoyed the event overall.
If you were asked to pass on your Butterdean map but would like a replacement to keep then pick one up at our next event at Binning Wood on 28th March.
John Muir Country Park is a wonderful area for orienteering. The woods have an excellent path network and the fringe of dunes covered by spiky marram grass provides a technical challenge.
- Simple results, order of controls visited and split times
- Routegadget: Let others see where you went.
The Festive Frolic is a chance to burn off some of that Christmas turkey in a fun event with a festive twist. As usual there will be a score orienteering event (find as many controls as possible within an hour) which is open to all! There will be a mass start at 11am.
You can view older results by year: