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We have been successful in our application to Live Argyll Community Sports Hub Return to Sports Grant. This grant will enable us to replace our dilapidated equipment store at Taynuilt. We are hoping to build our new shed close to Taynuilt Sports Pavilion. This will allow us to come together as a club and hold regular orienteering activities.
Lots of fun and exciting times ahead.
We would like to offer our grateful thanks to Live Argyll Community Sports Hub for their generous contribution.
This months ROMP is at Glencruitten, east of Oban on the back road from Oban to Connel (just past Luachrach Loch).
Get your orienteering fix using MapRun. Urban maps are available for Oban with more traditional orienteering maps available at Ganavan, Sutherland's Grove and Tralee with more in the pipeline.
We wish to share a research request from Mairi Eades who is conducting research in the area of adults participation in orienteering and their motivations. Please take 15minutes to complete the online questionnaire.
Fran Loots (Regional Development Officer, West) provides an update on Community Conversations and SWAT squad here.
Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.
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