Another Ipswich-O event in beautiful weather, this time in Holywells Park, with many groups and families taking part - though obviously not disturbing the wildlife in the park!! The results have been uploaded and can be found here.
Many thanks to the volunteers who prepared and organised the event.
The second chance to take part in our MapRun Challenge series is happening soon. This one's at Ravenswood, on the eastern side of Ipswich, & it's a 45 minute score course. Entry is free, but you'll need to have installed the MapRun app to use the GPS tracking & timing. If you missed the first meeting you can still try the new course at Stowmarket yourself, or with friends - there's full info on the website here.
Ipswich-O 2022 got off to a flying start in beautiful weather in Christchurch Park yesterday afternoon, with many young entrants completing their course and proudly receiving their Passport of Achievement, as you can see. Fifty-five people took part, many of them in groups, and the results have now been uploaded to the website. Our thanks to all those volunteers who helped to make the event a success.
The next event will be in Holywells Park on Sunday 22nd May, starting at 13:00 - full details are here.
Congratulations to one of our Juniors, Olivia Radcliffe, on being selected for this year's training camp at Lagganlia in the Scottish Highlands. The camp is based at at the Outdoor Education Centre in the Spey valley, to the south west of Aviemore, and those attending will be training on the excellent orienteering areas in the vicinity. The camp only caters for 24 Juniors and those invited to attend will have undergone a tough selection process after first qualifying by reaching a high standard at the JK or the various British or Regional Championships.