About STAGSummary of 2022 Activities and Objectives
Last Updated: Wed 21 Dec 2022
In 1982, St. Andrew’s Orienteering Club (Glasgow) was formed in the East End of Glasgow with the primary purpose of making Orienteering a more accessible activity.
By producing maps & hosting events, setting up permanent facilities & facilitating schools’ involvement we continue to promote Orienteering as a Sport For All & a Sport For Life.
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We do a phenomenal amount of orienteering & continue to pioneer how Orienteering can be embraced
In 2022 we have
+ Continued to liaise with Local Authorities to support our work especially in the field of Education.
+ Dark Park Series completed March.
+ Arranged 3 Score+ Events.
+ Supported World Orienteering Day in May.
+ Hosted Spring and Autumn Series of Evening Activities/Events. + Introducing a STAG Sp'O'rts Day in July based at Alexandra Park Sports Hub. + Hosted 23rd Glasgow Parks Champs in August. + Hosting DU'O' - Team Sprint Relay - on Sunday 4th December in Alexandra Park.
Busy as ever finding new areas, both urban and terrain in which to offer Orienteering To All !!!!
Formed in 1982, we continue to provide new and innovative ideas to stimulate local and Scottish Orienteering.
Although Glasgow and Lanarkshire is the weekly hub of STAG
activity, because of our links with the former
Faskally Outdoor Centre, near Pitlochry, the Club has mapped several
areas in Perthshire. This has maintained and enhanced our Club's reputation a major contributor to Scottish and British Orienteering and gives STAG a credibility within the sport.
I once again extend a warm & friendly welcome to all to come along and participate in our wonderful sport.
Terry O’Brien, STAG Hon President 10th November 2022.
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Mother Glasgow 20Dec2018
Terry's BEM presentation
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