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  • Posted on Wed 14 December 2011

    Despite the heavy downpour of hail, rain and horizontal sleet, a hardy bunch of 25 festive competitors took to the streets of Henleaze on Monday 12th December for the rebirth of the Klub's pre-Christmas novelty event. Hosted by Laura and Tim Britton from the warmth of their house, the 45-minute score race took competitors on a tour of Henleaze's lamp posts, telegraph poles and other...

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  • Posted on Sun 11 December 2011

    Looking for Christmas presents? The NGOC 2012 Events Calendar lists all NGOC, BOK, HOC, MADO, NWO and SWOC events currently scheduled for 2012, as well as the Military League South events, the JK, British Champs, Croeso 2012 and the Caddihoe.

    The calendar is designed as an A4 wallhanging calendar which opens out to A3. Click...

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  • Posted on Mon 28 November 2011

    Dear BOK members

    Mike Forrest has designed a questionnaire to help us find out what you want from BOK so that we can channel our resources (financial and personnel) most effectively. It is now on-line at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JM67V65 and will remain open until December 15.

    Please take a few minutes to...

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  • Kingswood School winning teams
    Posted on Tue 22 November 2011

    At the recent British Schools Championships, held in Beecraigs near Edinburgh, local Bath school Kingswood Prep came away with four major trophies (many of the team are BOK members).  

    James Bailey won the bronze in the year 5 boys individual competion, even though he is only in year 4, beating a strong field of over 35 runners.

    Cecilia Mayne won the bronze in the year 5 girls...

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  • Posted on Tue 22 November 2011

    All organisers, planners and controllers are invited to attend an orienteering Event Safety Workshop in Bristol. Attendance at the Workshop is aimed primarily at Level A, B and C  event organisers, but organisers of any event and all controllers, planners and interested orienteers are more than welcome too. Event safety is ultimately the result of the combined efforts of the organiser and...

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