Killerton Park, Near Exeter
The Devon Relays and Individual Score Event take place on Sunday 22nd July in the wonderful setting of Killerton, (National Trust), near Exeter. Updated details of the event can be seen here: Events
This is a sociable and fun event - or you can take part as an individual in the one hour score event!
Entries should be sent to by 14th July. There will also be limited entry on the day for the relays.
Training 3rd July
If you are interested in taking part in a training event at Combestone Tor this Tuesday 3rd July at 5.00 -5.30pm -then please see details here: Events
Spread the Word!
Our Summer Series of events will be taking place between June and August. Results of the first two events, at Knightshayes and Haldon Forest Park are now available. We are working hard to get a good turnout of newcomers and returners to the sport as well as current club members. So, please do what you can to spread the word, invite friends and get along yourself!
One Hour Score Events
Last one of the series this Friday -give it a try!
This year the club is offering a few other events to see whether there is a demand and interest in something different. Our first offerings are informal street O races which are 1 hour score events.
Using simple street maps based on OpenStreetMapping ( http://www.oomap.co.uk) with controls being street furniture such as lamp posts , hydrants, signs etc. A mapping example is here.
Results of the first three events, held in Exmouth, Exeter and Kingsteignton are now available.
Devon and Cornwall Winners!
Very well done to all of the Devon and Cornwall members who are now South West Middle Distance Champions, as a result of the championships held on 28th May at Braunton Burrows.
British Orienteering Championships May 19th and 20th 2018
Congratulations to Ann Hughes, W75 British Champion in the long distance race on Saturday 19th May! Ann was one of four Devon runners who achieved a top ten place at the championships, including Ben Chesters M40, Rob Parkinson M60 and Mike Wimpenny M70.
(The photograph of Ann is from Whitchurch Common, 2015)
For details and results see: