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Less than 3 weeks to go! Counting down to this year's Volunteer and Club Awards - Who do you think deserves to be nominated for their hard work?

British Orienteering recognises volunteers are at the heart of our sport – and wants to ensure their hard work, dedication and commitment are recognised nationally. 

Which individuals and clubs do you think deserve to be nationally recognised for the countless hours they give to the sport?

Which club do you think is outstanding and has made incredible contributions to the sport of orienteering throughout the last year!

Award categories still up for grabs.  Who do you think are worthy winners?

 

Club of the Year Award
Get the national recognition your club deserves.  The Club of the Year Award nomination form can be found here.

University Club of the Year Award
Which University Club do you think deserves national recognition for their contribution to the provision and development of orienteering?
Nominate a University Club for this award today!  The University Club of the Year nomination form can be found here.

Young Volunteer of the Year Award
This annual award is for a volunteer, under the age of 25, who has demonstrated a commitment to supporting delivery of orienteering activity with passion, energy and enthusiasm.  Who do you think deserves to get national recognition for their contribution to the sport of orienteering? Nominate today!  The Young Volunteer of the Year Award nomination form can be found here.

The Silva Award
All members can nominate someone they believe has made a significant contribution to orienteering through ‘field’ activities.  Who are you going to nominate?  The Silva Award nomination form can be found here.

The Peter Palmer Coach of the Year Award
Who do you think deserves national recognition for their commitment to coaching orienteering?  The Coach of the Year Award nomination form can be found here.

 

 

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