SROC is England's oldest orienteering club, and the name South Ribble
OC reflects our unique heritage (see SROC History below). The club's
geographical area ranges from Chorley in the South to Kendal in the
North, and from Blackpool in the West to Clitheroe in the East.
If you know nothing about SROC and would like to know more, this is the page for you.
If your details are missing from the SROC Directory and you'd like them included, please
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Otherwise, welcome to SROC . . .
||Need some information or guidance ? Here's the current committee.
||If you need to contact a SROC member, here's the Club Directory.
||A typical twelve months in the life of our club.
||All the areas that SROC have mapped.
||A simple history of the website development, since the relaunch in 2000.
||You've enjoyed your first few events and would now like to join SROC ? Here's how.
||Junior development and training, plus lots of fun!
||Documents covering important information necessary to all
||Page under construction
||The constitution by which SROC is governed.
|Data Protection Policy
||SROC's policy statement on the Data Protection Act and what it means
for participants and club members.
||SROC has adopted the BOF policy on equity and treating people
||SROC has adopted the BOF policy on protecting young and vulnerable people.
||The origins of SROC, the South v North challenge, the English Orienteering
Association, ink punches, nylon O-suits and the first Mountain Marathon.
||Age classes, summer training events, 5 colour maps, Colour Coded events, The World
Championships, the first English Ski-O event and photogrammetric plots.
||SROC's first Permanent Orienteering Course, the Bob Graham Round, a SROC member wins
the Chichester Trophy, the Charnley Way, the Winter Street League starts and birthday
||Lorna Collett retires, Fredrikstad Skiklubb exchanges start, The Lakes 5 Days, World
Cup races in The Lakes, Lands End to John O Groats and the Junior World Orienteering
Last Updated : 12.03.12