6pm evenings in April and May. £2 to enter (just turn up)
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
Thursday 20th April Fullarton Woods, Troon KA10 7ER
Monday 24th April Auchincruive Estate (Nellies Gate),by Ayr KA6 5HW
Tuesday 2nd May Kay Park ,Kilmarnock KA3 7RU
Thursday 11th May Eglinton Country Park,by Kilwinning KA12 8TA
Monday 15th May Irvine Beach Park (South car park), Irvine KA12 8LR
Coaches will be on hand to provide advice and guidance.
The Ayrshire Schools Championships will be held at Fullarton Woods KA10 7ER on Thursday 25th May (entry forms email )
6pm evenings in April and May. £2 to enter
Training events for school children to prepare for the Ayrshire Schools Championships will be held as follows:
Thursday 21st April Kay Park, Kilmarnock
Monday 25th April Eglinton Country Park, Kilwinning
Thursday 28th April Auchincruive Estate, by Ayr
Thursday 5th May Rozelle Park, Ayr
Thursday 12th May Eglinton Country Park, Kilwinning
Coaches will be on hand at these events to provide guidance and advice.
The Ayrshire Schools Championships will be held at Dean Park Kilmarnock on Thursday 26th May
Eglinton Country Park
Over 400 boys and girls from 18 schools across Ayrshire competed this year. The Secondary Schools trophy was won by Carrick Academy, the Primary Schools trophy by Gargieston Academy, and the Small schools Trophy by Fisherton Primary School
Ayrshire Schools Orienteering Training Evenings
Starts at 6pm
Cost £2 per child.
Club coaches available to give help and advice.
Suitable for children from Primary 4 to 6th year Senior.
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.
The results are now available.
More than 250 pupils from all over Ayrshire enjoyed this year’s event on Wednesday 30th May at North Ayrshire Council Magnum centre. Interesting courses set by Jane Cherry over the northern end of the Beach Park provided ample challenge to both the primary and secondary students.