AYROC - Ayrshire Orienteering Club are looking to appoint a part-time Club Development Officer to lead the development of a training, coaching and activity programme and to apply for and secure funding streams.
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Suitable for children and teenagers P4 to S6 ,and beginner courses available for parents
Thursday 23rd April 6pm: Kay Park, Kilmarnock
Tuesday 28th April 6pm: Beach Park , Irvine
Saturday 2nd May 11am: Dean Park, KIlmarnock
Tuesday 12th May 6pm: Eglinton Park, Irvine
Saturday 16th May 11am: Fullarton Woods ,Troon
Loch Doon (park near the cafe by the dam)
Local activity/training. Starts 11am to 12 pm . 2 courses available with electronic punching.Suitable for beginners as well as more experienced orienteers.Adults £2 to enter. Children and students free.
6.15pm £2 to enter. 30 minute score event
All welcome. Bring a head torch. Great fun hunting controls on Belleisle Park and Golf Course in the dark.
Local activity/training. Starts 11am to 12 pm . .Suitable for beginners as well as more experienced orienteers.Adults £2 to enter. Children and students free.
Local activity/training. Starts 11am to 12 pm . 3 courses available with electronic punching.Suitable for beginners as well as more experienced orienteers.Adults £2 to enter. Children and students free.
Dean Park 17th May
Schools and evening training event 6pm
Training events and introduction to orienteering
-for school children to practise for the Ayrshire schools championships
-'come and try it' for anyone new to the sport
World Championships inspiring a new generation to map and compass
Organisers of the World Orienteering Championships being held in the Highlands of Scotland this summer have acknowledged the concerns expressed over children no longer routinely learning basic map reading skills in schools.
If you enjoy running then you might like the sort of running orienteers do.
New to Orienteering?
Orienteering is a challenging outdoor adventure sport that exercises both the mind and the body. It’s an adventure sport for all! The aim of orienteering is to navigate in sequence between control points marked on a unique orienteering map and to decide the best route to complete the course in the quickest time. It doesn’t matter how young, old, fit or unfit you are as you can run, walk, jog and progress at your own pace.
The following was taken from all the main orienteering events results list on the SOA website for 2013 togetherwith the 6 Days. A total of 34 club members took part The list includes all who took part in more than 6 events.