Tayside Orienteers


Club Info

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Permanent Courses

Permanent Orienteering Courses

Come and try orienteering in your own time on our new Permanent Orienteering Courses at Kinnoull Hill. Maps can be downloaded from the British Orienteering Website Our old "Woodland Challenge" permanent courses at the Hermitage (Dunkeld), the Knock (Crieff) and St Magadalene's Hil (Perth) are currently out of action due to storm damage and forestry operations and we do not recommend their use.


Now recruiting!

Volunteer Event Co-ordinator

We're keen to hear from club members who are interested in taking on the role of Event Co-ordinator.


Goodbye from TAY CDO

Club Development Officer contract ends

It's time to say goodbye to Mel Nicoll, Club Development Officer - but club development remains a priority.


It’s everyone’s responsibility

Safeguarding in sport

The SOA is working closely with Children First who, among other things, support all sports in safeguarding children. Their message is a simple one and is summed up in a new video. Watch it here


Guess my birthday!

Help raise funds for the club

Hello, I'm Dug, the Tayside Orienteers' club mascot. I'm helping to raise funds for the club this year. All you have to do is guess my birthday - 50p a go! Look out for me and the diary where you can pick a date at club events this year. You can enter as many times as you like and the lucky winner will be announced at our Christmas event in December. Good luck!


Charity Information

Inc. Gift Aid declaration form

The Scottish Orienteering Association is a charity, and one of the advantages of this is that the SOA can claim gift aid tax-relief on donations people make to the SOA. This includes the SOA part of your annual orienteering subs. The SOA has agreed to return this money to clubs for a minimum of three years, and potentially longer. Find out how to fill in a Gift Aid declaration on your annual membership fee.


Membership - reminder to renew!

Club membership renewal notices have been going out over the past weeks via British Orienteering, who administer this on behalf of clubs. Read on for a reminder of the benefits to find out why you should renew.


Four-week block of coaching

Weekend sessions for Improvers!

Some exciting news to start off our club orienteering in 2016! Following our successful Family Coaching sessions last Autumn, we have been busy planning more coaching for TAY members.  We now have dates for a four-week block - Saturday 19 March, Saturday 16 April, Sunday 1 May and Saturday 7 May.


New club member finishes top in 2015 Club Championship series!

More than 50 club members compete in revived club league

The moment you've been waiting for - final positions at the end of the Club Championship series! Big congratulations to Amber Gillies, one of our newer members, who has triumphed and finishes top of the table. Top marks too to promising junior Finn Duguid, whilst one of our senior members comes in in sixth place.


New monthly training sessions!

Regular meetings in Perth

We're delighted to announce that, starting on Wednesday 7 October, the club will be meeting once a month in Perth.


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