Community O Nights
Join in at your local Community O Club Night!
British Orienteering ‘Club Nights’ are the ideal starting point for a newcomer or beginner to learn the basic skills of orienteering. The activities at club nights are fun and provide a great social atmosphere while learning new skills. Club Nights cater for all ages and abilities to get involved in this exciting adventure sport! A list of Community O Clubs can be found below.
For more detailed information about orienteering opportunities in your area, please look at our Fixtures List. Activities and Level D events will provide the most suitable opportunities for newcomers. Look out for the 'Smily face' symbol (Suitable for newcomers) and the 'C' symbol (Coaching available).
Below is a list of Community O Clubs and County websites that detail all the clubs that are in that are. The Community O Clubs and their websites are spit into the:
Eastern England - Community O County Websites
Northern England - Community O County Websites
Southern England - Community O County Websites
Western England - Community O County Websites
Scotland - Community O Clubs
Below is a list of websites that show all the Community O Clubs in the Eastern counties.
Northern England (North West, Yorkshire and Humberside, North East) Community Orienteering Club Websites
Below is a list of websites that show all the Community O Clubs in Northern counties.
Below is a list of websites that show all the Community O Clubs in Southern counties.
Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club - www.esoc.org.uk/
- Wednesdays, 7:00 to 8:45 pm at The Royal High School, Edinburgh. Adults £2, Juniors free, Guests +£0.50. We warm up, run drills, do circuit training, warm down, play a map game, then have refreshments.