The scheme for level B, C and D LOC events is as detailed below.
Welcome to the new website.
The new LOC website is now fully operational, but you can view a copy of the old website here to find archived information which has not yet been copied to the new site.
Lakeland Orienteering Club (LOC) has members living in the area from Ulverston in the West, to Kirkby Stephen in the East, and from Shap in the North to Carnforth in the South.
What is Orienteering?
Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide...
Guidance notes, forms and templates for club activies
Monthly LOC Committee meeting, with all club members welcome to contribute. There are usually some members who arrive from 19.15 onwards for some social time before the meeting.
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Useful links to other orienteering resources on the web.
Contributions by members covering orienteering and non-orienteering activities and adventures.
How to join
To become a member of Lakeland Orienteering Club you must also be a member of British Orienteering – the national governing body for the sport. You can join as a Senior member (aged 21 or older on 31 December of the membership year) or a...
Produced by Iain Smith-Ward
All the LOC newsletters from 2016 to date are available through this entry point
Lakeland Orienteering Club has achieved Sport England Clubmark accreditation. Clubmark is the Sport England cross sport quality accreditation for clubs with junior sections.