Recent News and Information

XMAS MAD now EXPANDED

The XMAS MAD exercises now have 2 more things for you to try, see the COACHING then MAD menu from the HOME page.

XMAS MAD now open

The MAD team have set out FIVE activities in Roseisle for you to get some practice over the Xmas Holiday, see the COACHING MENU then MAD for details.

 

Merry Xmas 

MAD Team

Club AGM minutes for 2018

The minutes from the clubs 2018 AGM are available here if you would like to read them.

Club Championship Results

The results, handicap results and Routegadget are all now available below.

Findhorn event Routegadget is now available

Sorry for the delay, newbie on the routgadget upload.... should be working now.

MOR new SI Kit in action again at Findhorn Event

We used our new SI Kit at the Scottish Relay Champs, now we are using it for our saturday series events as well. This will be our first time so please bear with us.

If you dont own an SI Dibber hire one at registration. At the START make sure you punch CLEAR and then CHECK before you start.

Enjoy!

Scottish Relay Championships Lost Property

The following items were left at Burghead last Saturday. If you would like to claim any of them, please contact newsletter@moravianorienteering.org

Keela lightweight waterproof jacket, size M, yellowy-green (chartreuse?)

River Island hoodie, size L, purple-brown color (puce?)

Unbranded nylon bag, pink with black handles - looks like the bag a
tent would come in
 

General Data Protection Regulations - Members Information

General Data Protection Regulations

 

Moravian Orienteers has always aimed to respect and protect the personal data of all our members, noting that the vast majority of your orienteering relevant data is collected by BOF or the SOA and shared with appropriate and approved Moravian committee members.

 

As you may be aware, new General Data Protection Regulations, known as GDPR, come into law with effect from 25 May 18.  GDPR imposes new rules around data protection for any organisation that collects and uses data about EU residents.  The new regulation will have an impact on all sport and recreation organisations and it will change the way that we handle, use and store data about the people we engage with.  The regulation is designed to strengthen existing data protection laws for all individuals who reside in the EU.

 

The new rules will come into force in the UK from 25 May 2018.  The Government has confirmed that the UK’s decision to leave the EU will not affect the commencement of GDPR, although we don’t yet know how Brexit may impact data protection legislation long term.

 

In essence, these new regulations make changes to existing law to make it clear to you (our membership) on what personal data we hold on you; how we intend to use it; and to make clear to you the rights you have with that data. 

 

To be compliant with GDPR, Moravian Orienteers has produced a privacy policy statement which can be found under the Data Protection tab on our website.  That document details the information we collect on you, how we use it and your rights.

 

Moravian has also made changes to its membership website to ensure that you are aware of the data that will be collected by BOF and SOA should you re-join our Club next year.  You will also see entry information enhanced at our events (in final details and on the entry table) to make it clear to you how information for the event will be used.

 

Full details on the new GDPR can be found at the link here.

 

Should you have any further queries or questions, then do not hesitate to contact Andrew Campbell, who is our Data Protection Lead. (andrewandlizcampbell at tiscali.co.uk)

 

March MAD now available in Culbin Forest

Please read the Coaching notes – for safety information if not for coaching tips. 

The exercises are 1.5km from the Welhill Car Park – I’ve included a map to show the Car Park and Start/Finish of MAD exercises. MAD2 and MAD2a are similar – only do one of them. Either will combine with MAD1 as the Finish of MAD1 is the Start of MAD2/2a.

 

All feedback appreciated.

Elizabeth

 

epfurness ‘at’ btinternet.com