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 and their results, 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.

Recent news items

JIRC team 2014.
  • EA League - final results now online and list of 2015 events.
  • JIRC - read James Nisbet's report from the Junior Inter Regional Championships
  • EAOA are hosting the British Schools Championships at Sandringham in November 2015 - all potential competitors, schools, teachers and parents should be aware that this area is now out of bounds.
  • Read Daisy Partridge's report from Lagganlia here...

Upcoming key EA events

  • 30th November - EA League event at West Harling
  • 7th December - WAOC event at Maulden Woods - pre-entry via Fabian4
  • 1st February - The EA Championships will be held at WAOC event at Thetford Thrash Day 2, Croxton Heath. All competitors should note the rules which were amended following the July 2014 AGM - see EAOA Championship Rules

The Region


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.

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

This site is maintained by Helen Nisbet on behalf of EAOA.
This page was last updated on 4th December 2014 at 8:13am