Well, 2020 is certainly going to go down in the history books as a “different” year. I know we’ve all faced challenges and disruptions that we could never have imagined a year ago. Asa club it has been a particular challenge as we thrive on being social. We’ve had to make some massive adjustments to the way we do things. One thing that has been very clear this year is how we support each other within the club to make things work, whatever restrictions life throws at us.
Sunday 6th December 2020 - get the date in your diary!
AGM news, training, events and other delights for you!
Things are starting to happen in the orienteering world!
Alice and Faith attended the Talent Assessment weekend in Edinburgh at the start of October. They both had a great time, learnt lots and came home with big smiles! Faith has written an article for the website - and also find out what the rest of the Kenyons got up to!
There are events you can go to now - read on for more information. A few other things are also starting to happen, details below.
Thank you Jane for responding the the appeal for news!
More is starting to happen in the orienteering scene; if this continues the eNews will be posted every two weeks (approximately).
Things are starting to move forward towards being able to do more orienteering - now that is good news- here are some examples:
- BASOC have been able to get out training in the forest with many club members taking advantage of the exercises provided by Hilary Q.
- Junior selection races will take place next weekend in the Lake District.
- The British Orienteering Squad have just had a week long training camp held on Speyside & the Moray Coast (yes some did find Creag Beag at Kingussie to be quite tough!).
- Some Scottish clubs have been able to have an event - or two - for their club members.
It has been a relatively quiet time since the last eNews - this is all about to change with the recently issued guidelines. Yes we can orienteer in our local forest areas, albeit a small group at a time.