South East Orienteering Association

2018/19 SE League events

11th Nov Holmbury (SE Long Champs) - LOK

9th Dec Epping NW - CHIG

30th Dec Wellington College - SN

13th Jan Chelwood - DFOK

20th Jan Great Common - GO

10th Feb Headley Heath (Middle Distance) - MV

24th Feb Ashridge North (HH)

19th May West Angmering - SO

BOC 2020

The South East Orienteering Association (SEOA) is looking to recruit key officials for British Orienteering Championships, to be held near Liphook over the weekend of the 19th & 20th March 2020.

The event centre is currently planned to be at Hollycombe Steam collection with both races being held on the new area we are calling Marley Heights.

We are looking to appoint teams of a minimum of 2 people and probably more to the roles of Organiser & Planner for each day, with a mix of ages and experiences.

If you are interested in taking on any of these roles - day planner, day organiser, day safety officer or team leader for tasks such as Start or results for example, then please get in touch with either Andrew Evans or Helen Errington for more details & to register your interest - helen@maprunner.co.uk or andrew.evans444@btinternet.com

Wed 12 Dec Read more…

Next training at Winterfold

Details of the next SEJS training session are now available on the Training page.

Fri 7 Dec Read more…

Southern Championships Weekend

Saturday 24th November was the Southern Nights at Puttenham, Sunday saw the Southern Championships at Hindhead and Devils Punchbowl.

Fri 30 Nov Read more…

SE Night Champions

The SE Night championships were recently held at St Leonard's Forest

Fri 30 Nov Read more…

About the Region

The main purposes of the Association are to provide facilities for and to promote participation in the amateur sport of Orienteering in the South East area of England.

The main activities undertaken by the region include:-

  • Coordination of the annual event programme to ensure that there is no clash of event dates within the region and with other events, either nationally or in regions close by.
  • Organise and pay for a Junior Squad. This selects good and promising orienteers from the clubs and gives them additional training.
  • To coordinate and promote the South East League of competitions for Clubs and Individuals as well as other South East competitions such as the South East Sprints, the South East Relays and more
  • Stage major events such as the JK and the British Orienteering Championships which are too large for any one club to take on its own. These are staged, in general about once every 10 years in the South East.

South East Junior Squad

The South East Junior Squad is aimed at juniors in the 14-18 age groups who want to improve their orienteering, train regularly with other juniors, have fun and make new orienteering friends. We meet once a month and sometimes have weekends away for training or competitions, such as the annual Junior Inter-Regional Championships.

South East League
for Clubs and Individuals

The South East League is an annual competition between its member clubs, which runs over each autumn/winter/spring season. The league is based on events approved by SEOA.
The Individual League is a competition between individual members, using the same events, but on a calendar year basis.

What is Orienteering

Orienteering is an exciting and challenging outdoor sport that exercises mind and body.

The aim is to navigate between control points marked on an orienteering map.

In competitive orienteering the challenge is to complete the course in the quickest time choosing your own best route.

Find out more on the British Orienteering website

Permanent Orienteering Courses

These are a great way to get outside and go orienteering at a time and place that suits you. Courses offer a huge range of variety, from urban courses in city centres to rural routes through beautiful scenery. They are on your doorstep or further afield helping you to discover new places.