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This blog is used to populate the news section on the BOK Website.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Mike Nelson BOK Trot Photos

Photos from the Mike Nelson BOK Trot (courtesy of Trevor Crowe) may now be viewed in the BOK PicasaWeb gallery.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Event Officials Required

Clare Fletcher asks that you offer yourself as an event official. The latest list of requirements is here.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Mike Nelson BOK Trot Results

Links to WinSplits and Splitsbrowser have been added to the Mike Nelson BOK Trot results pages.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

BOK Trot Results - 25 April 2010

The results from the BOK Trot at Wavering Down are available on the website.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Reminder - BOK Annual Dinner & Awards

Please remember to book your places for BOK's Annual Dinner & Award Ceremony on May 14th. Details here. The deadline is Monday, 26th April. A wine list is now available for those who would like to order in advance (and get a discount).

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Harvester Relays - Reminder

The closing date for the Harvester relays is fast approaching. If you wish to run, please let your Klub Captains know as soon as possible.

BOC Relay Teams

The BOC relay teams are now on the website. There is currently a vacancy in an M18 team, so eligible volunteers please let your Klub captains know. If you can advise us of your running orders, we may be able to declare teams online before the event. But if not, please come to the Individual day with the necessary information.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Committee Meeting Minutes

A summary of the minutes from the committee meeting on 18th March 2010 has been published on the Klub page.

Monday, April 12, 2010

BOKTrot 25 April 2010

The final details for the BOKTrot on 25th April 2010 have been posted on the website.

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

French Exchange July-August 2010

A 15 year old Frence boy would like to do an exchange with an English orienteer during July and August. Details are here. Contact can be made through Alan Honey.