Classic orienteering at Holme Fell
Chris Burden's efforts in controlling the Lakeland event were repaid with a glorious day and superb orienteering. The rare challenge of having to interpret the brown lines on the map led to many mistakes. Parallel errors - mistaking one feature for another similar feature - were easily made. Clear attack points, augmented by good map reading and checking direction were the order of the day.
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Committee and Helpers
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It's that time of year when we need to start filling in the volunteer gaps in our coming Autumn and Winter programme
If you are interested but unsure whether you can manage, we can arrange mentoring. All the Local events are suitable for first time planner/organisers. The Regional events are suitable for anyone with some experience of organising a local event.
email Chris Burden at email@example.com to make an offer or to discuss.
How to join
To become a member of Airienteers you must also be a member of British Orienteering – the national governing body for the sport. You can join as a Senior member (aged 21 or older on 31 December of the membership year) or a Junior member (aged 20 or younger on 31 December of the membership year).