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Information for Event Organisers and Planners

A list of documents and links to information which may be of use to MDOC Organisers and Planners - including British Orienteering - Proof of Insurance 2022MDOC Local Events -  Notes for planners and organisers (March 2022) and the MDOC Stores Inventory (July 2021).

If you need the latest map, please contact the MDOC Map Librarian Eddie Speak. Please do not use old maps for planning.

24th Mar 22   Read more…


NSL 2021-22 Prize-winners, Source:John Britton

Night Street League Series 10, 2021-22

League details and overall league results

This is our tenth series of events and features one new area as well as some we have used before.

Three of the events were planned as Virtual events where you could use the MapRun app on your smartphone or watch to record your route and the controls you visit.

The overall results after all 8 events are now available, and a list prize winners ...

Prizes for the seriers were awarded at the NSL Cup Final event on Tuesday 8th March at Chapel-en-le-Frith.

Amended 11th March 22 ... Winners and Prizes in the Men's Gross Points competition - an explanation ...

11th Mar 22   Read more…


Useful Links

Useful links to other orienteering resources on the web. Now with updated link to the Borderliners website ...

01st Nov 21   Read more…


BOF Participant Code of Conduct - Events February 2021

British Orienteering have produced a Code of Conduct for participants which take into account the best practice in recognising the dangers from the Covid-19 virus. 

24th Apr 21   Read more…


For virtual orienteering courses in and around South Manchester, visit navvies.ddns.net, Source:

MDOC members launch smartphone ‘O’ website

A range of smartphone orienteering courses in and around south Manchester are now available via a dedicated website thanks to the efforts of MDOC members Ian Watson, Peter Ross and Doug Edwards during lockdown. The courses use the latest version of the MapRun app that was trialled at last season's night street league, MapRunF.

Challenges include finding as many postboxes in your area as you can in an hour and navigating the streets of Altrincham on a map drawn 120 years ago.

For full details, go to the Manchester Navvies website - https://navvies.org.uk

22nd Jun 20


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