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Latest JabberWAOC now on line!December 2020

Go to the JabberWAOC page or click here to read the December issue.

Thu 17 DecRead more…

Christmas 2020 eventIt's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

We have created a family-friendly Christmas event combining orienteering and a quiz for you to run at your leisure at Lammas Land in Cambridge.

Mon 30 NovRead more…

Can I Orienteer in Lockdown?Yes - you can! Here's how.

We've added a section on our website to introduce Permanent Courses and Virtual Orienteering courses, which you can take advantage of at any time - even during the current lockdown.

You can find it here.


Sat 21 NovRead more…

Astronomy training cancelled 5th November 2020

In line with the government announcement, training this Thursday is cancelled. Hopefully the training at Astronomy can be run next term. We are also hopeful that training can continue in a format that can meet the new rules in future weeks.

While you wait do remember that there are MapRuns!

Sun 1 NovRead more…

MapRunSolo Orienteering using a Smartphone

MapRun is a way for you to enjoy orienteering in your own time, which has expanded greatly in popularity in the absence of organised events earlier in 2020.

Mon 7 SepRead more…

Permanent Orienteering CoursesMaps now available on-line

A great way to get back into active orienteering is by visiting a Permanent Orienteering Course which can be found all over the country. WAOC currently has 4 such courses and each has been checked and updated recently. Landowners have also confirmed that visitors are welcome. Full details and links to maps can be found here.

Tue 16 JunRead more…

Coe Fen Photo-OAnswers now available

While we are in lockdown, Bruce has been thinking of ways we can practice our orienteering skills while observing the coronavirus restrictions.

Can you identify the control points for this 1.4km course around Coe Fen using the aerial photos and the control descriptions on the 'blank' map?

Tue 14 AprRead more…

JabberWAOC magazineThe Newsletter of WAOC

And, as in uffish thought he stood,
The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,
Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,
And burbled as it came!