Welcome to the website of the East Anglian Orienteering Association (EAOA), where you will find information about the region's clubs, details of events taking place in the region, as well as contact details for the officials who run the sport in the area.

If you are new to orienteering, you might like to start with this introduction.

If you want a national perspective on the sport, try visiting the British Orienteering website for the official view, or nopesport for a less formal look at orienteering and some lively discussion forums.

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Recent news items

  • The EA Championships are on Sunday 19th March at Rushmere (SMOC). Please can all 2016 champions ensure that their trophies are engraved and either brought along on 19th March or given to someone who will be going. It is particularly disappointing for the junior winners if there is no trophy for them on the day. If you are aware of any champions who have left the Club or Region it would be very helpful if you could let the Secretary know. The prize giving will be held as early as possible on the day (weather permitting!)
  • The results after the final EA League event are now online plus dates for 2017 events.
  • From 1st January 2017, it is a requirement of BOF Insurance that all event officials have attended an Event Safety Workshop.EAOA have a number of sessions running which are open to all EA officials. See upcoming events.
  • Read Ella Gilbert's report from Gothenburg Summer Camp on our Junior Squad page.

Upcoming key EA events

  • 19th March - EA Championship at Rushmere. See SMOC website
  • 4th February - Next EA League event at Thetford. See CUOC website for more information

There is almost always an event in the region or close by on most weekends. See our fixture list.

The Region

Clubs

Map of East Anglian Region. SMOC. HAVOC. SOS. SUFFOC. NOR. WAOC.

In orienteering terms, East Anglia comprises the whole of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, northern Buckinghamshire, southern Northamptonshire and most of Essex.

There are six open clubs (which anyone can join) in the region, as well as three closed clubs (whose membership is drawn from particular institutions). The approximate locations of the open clubs are shown on the map. Use the links on the clubs page to find out what's happening in your area.

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CUOC
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DRONGO
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SOS
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HAVOC
NOR logo.
NOR
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RAFO
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SMOC
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SUFFOC
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WAOC

Site maintained by Helen Nisbet on behalf of EAOA. Page last updated on 18th January 2017 at 9:34pm