About STAGSummary of 2018 Achievements
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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Although we may be numerically small, we do a phenomenal amount of events & continue to pioneer how Orienteering can be embraced throughout education.
In 2018 we
+ Continued to liaise with Local Authorities to support our work.
+ Made better use of the British Orienteering online portal for accessing a number of our Permanent Courses.
+ Hosted The Scottish Night Championships & a South of Scotland League Event on a brand new map of Pollok CP.
+ Arranged 4 Score+ Events.
+ Supported World Orienteering Day in May.
+ Formalised the STAG/SOA Membership option into our Club Constitution.
+ Hosted Spring & Autumn Series of Evening Events.
+ Hosted a Scottish Orienteering Urban League Event in August (Summerston)
+ Held our Annual Club Bowling Evening in September.
+ Hosted the Junior Home Internationals Individual Event in October.
+ Hosted Scottish Orienteering League Event 4 (Errochty)
+ Our Dark Parks Series returned on a fortnightly basis.
+ In December the 20th Glasgow Parks Championships !
Busy as ever finding new areas, both urban & terrain in which to offer Orienteering To All !!!!
Formed in 1982, we continue to provide new & innovative ideas to stimulate local and Scottish Orienteering.
Although Glasgow has always been the hub of STAG
activity, we have worked on projects adjacent to the City in both North
& South Lanarkshire and because of our links with the former
Faskally Outdoor Centre, near Pitlochry, the Club has mapped several
areas in Perthshire.
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
14th December 2018.