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Tweet Wednesday 17th October 2018

Community Sport and Recreation Awards

For the last Twenty years, the sport and recreation alliance have been celebrating the grassroots sports and recreation through their Community Sport and Recreation awards.

This year's categories are:

For more information on the awards and how to enter, please see the Sport and Recreation Alliance website.

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Tweet Wednesday 17th October 2018

Orienteering Foundation one percent legacy programme

The Orienteering Foundation launches the 1 per cent Legacy Programme this month asking “Would you be willing to gift just 1 per cent of your estate to the future of orienteering?” Read more here.

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Tweet Tuesday 16th October 2018

Sport and Community Awards

Community Sport & Recreation Awards Announced

Entries are now open!

The Sport and Recreation Alliance awards have been celebrating grassroots sport and recreation for over twenty years, and championing grassroots work on a national scale, using examples of best practice to drive positive, societal change.

The awards provide tangible evidence of the impact of grassroots sport and recreation on communities.

This year's categories are:

The closing date for entries is: Sunday 18 November 2018.

Who are you going to nominate? More information about these awards and how to enter can be found here.

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Tweet Thursday 11th October 2018

Final live training announced - Developing your club

The final live online training will be taking place next Thursday 18th October at 7 pm and look at the subject of Developing your club.

Do you want to grow your club?

Do you feel your club needs an injection of new ideas?

Do you want to develop your club but don’t know where to start?

If the questions above relate to you then log on. Delivered by Pauline Tryner, the session promises to provide a great insight into how South Yorkshire Orienteers developed and grew their club, sharing some valuable tips you’ll be able to utilise going forward. The session is due to last approximately 45 minutes and there will be a question and answer section at the end so do get your questions in. You can get involved by asking questions throughout the session or by submitting them prior. (see information below)


Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen the first two sessions delivered, Hilary Palmer and Barry Elkington provide some great insight into both Coaching and Planning, with very encouraging numbers logging on to view the sessions live.


Commenting on the sessions, Peter Brooke, Development Officer said: “The first two sessions were expertly delivered by Hilary and Barry who both provided really good insight into their subjects and as the sessions progressed the questions came in at a rapid rate from those watching.”


“Clearly there are areas we can improve on and this pilot will teach us a lot of things and help to shape potential future training and support structures for people across our clubs networks.”


The final session will be delivered using Microsoft Teams which you can sign in using your Microsoft account or join anonymously.

To view the session;

  • Click on the advertised link
  • Click watch live event
  • Sign in with a Microsoft account or join anonymously

The link for the session is;

Developing your club

To send in any questions to be answered during the webinar or want to know more information, simply contact Peter Brooke on pbrooke@britishorienteering.org.uk. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions through British Orienteering’s twitter account @GBRorienteering

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