We are always after YOUR stories of club and individual achievements and anything else that may be of interest to fellow Orienteers. Email your story, with pictures if you have any, to the Webmaster.
Following the good comments received after last year's conference, another one has been arranged for the 27th April 2013 at the
same venue (Rushcliffe Country Park). Full details of the day are available from the link below:
The final results of the East Midlands League 2012 are available from the following link:
Please contact me at or 01509 412132 if you have any queries about the League.
The prize-giving will be at Charnwood Forest South on 20th January 2013 at 10am. If you are in the top three on your course and can not attend, please ask someone else to collect your prize on your behalf.
A Happy New Orienteering Year to Everyone
Ursula Williamson EMOA League Organiser
Details of the EMOA Development Programme for 2012-13 and an application form are available from the links
below. The programme includes Event Safety and Welfare courses intended for all Organisers, Planners and
Controllers. It also includes courses aimed at both existing and prospective Organisers, Mappers,
Controllers and Coaches.
NGOC is again offering the orienteering board game "Forest Challenge" for sale.
All profits will be donated to the Woodland Trust - NGOC has recently given £300.
Also on offer this year is a booklet of amusing orienteering reports and poems done in the style of various well-known authors. This is being sold in aid of the S.W. Junior Squad.
Details of the new East Midlands Urban League are now available from the link below:
East Midlands Urban League
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