Clyde welcomes new members. Anyone with an interest in orienteering is welcome to the club. If you are a newcomer to the sport, there are experienced people in the club who can help to introduce you to the sport. People with orienteering experience are also very welcome.
If you plan to orienteer regularly you should join Clyde online through the British Orienteering Federation (which also includes membership of the Scottish Orienteering Association). These bodies are responsible for the management and development of the sport and need the financial support of participants. Most public funding is based on the sports membership numbers and participation, so it’s important that you are officially recorded as an orienteer.
The annual cost, inclusive of BOF, SOA and Clyde membership, is £28 for seniors and only £3.30 for juniors:
Seniors are those aged 21 or older on 31 December of the membership year, with Juniors being those aged 20 or younger.
To join, complete the details online at this British Orienteering website page.
As a member you will receive:
- Four copies of the British Orienteering magazine
- Focus, which includes the junior magazine Ozone
- The option to sign up for a range of e-newsletters
- Eligibility to compete in the British Championships, JK, national, regional and local events
- Opportunity to qualify to represent your country at international competitions
- The option to compete in a Rankings scheme
- Access to a ‘Navigational Challenge’ and ‘Racing Challenge’ Incentive Scheme
- Public Liability Insurance when participating in events and activities registered with British Orienteering
- Papers and vote at the British Orienteering AGM
- Discounts from national companies through the member discounts scheme
- Access to a members only section of the website
From companies like:
Go Ape, YHA, Cotswold, The AA and more.
Find out more on the British Orienteering website.
If you would like more information then please contact the membership secretary:
We look forward to hearing from you!
Posted on 22nd Oct 09
by Alastair Dunlop