CLOSED: Inclusive Football Workshop – Weds 7th August

Image: Inclusive Football, 7th Aug 2019OCRA and Turning Tides Project is staging another #inclusive Football workshop during the Summer Holidays.

The August 7th workshop runs 10am-3pm, no restrictions on ages or special needs assembling at OCRA Pavilion in the Park.

£10 per player, carers attend free. OCRA and TTP wants all types of people of any abilities or condition (medical or SEN) to attend. Continue reading CLOSED: Inclusive Football Workshop – Weds 7th August

CLOSED: 2019 Sports and Fitness Festival Mixed Rounders Competition

Sports Festival Rounders Competition

Rounders paper entry form (PDF download, 272KB)
Rounders paper entry form (PDF download, 272KB)

Thursday 18th July
Okehampton Community College Sports Field
Start: 18:15

Refreshments Available
Book online below or return paper forms and payment of £12 to OCRA Pavilion,  by the latest Tuesday 16th July.

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All Stars Cricket for 2019 – Okehampton and Tavistock

Image: ECB All Stars Cricket Big MomentsAll Stars Cricket is the England and Wales Cricket Board’s entry level participation programme, aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience in cricket.

OCRA ran a successful All Stars last year and we’re back with the ECB’s support for 2019 at both Okehampton, OCRA Pavilion and at Tavistock, Meadowlands.

Starting from May 2019 – Register at allstarscricket.co.uk. Continue reading All Stars Cricket for 2019 – Okehampton and Tavistock

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All Stars Cricket Okehampton 2019

Big moments start with All Stars Cricket

Image: ECB All Stars Cricket Big MomentsEngland Cricket’s All Stars initiative returns to Okehampton this Summer. An 8 week, fun and active programme for girls and boys aged 5-8!

With All Stars Cricket, your little All Stars will receive their very own personalised kit, including a personalised t-shirt, bat, ball, cap, All Stars Cricket Activity Book and backpack. Continue reading All Stars Cricket Okehampton 2019

CLOSED: Teddy Bears’ Picnic Easter 2019

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Friday 12 April, 3-5pm

Children to bring along a bear.

3-4pm – Activities including a teddy bear trail in the park and some multi-skills activities on the grass.

Image: waving bear

4-4.30pm – Picnic with a visit from a life-size friendly bear. Competition for the best teddy bear!

4.30-5pm – Visit from Chase, Marshall and Skye from PAW Patrol, who will do some party dances. There will also be an opportunity for photos.

Parents are required to stay with their children.

Image: Paw Patrol Characters, Photo: Characters Inc.
Characters courtesy of Characters Inc.

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Okehampton Running Club

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Image: Okehampton Running ClubClub nights are Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are five groups for different abilities running each night, so there should be one to suit you. Each group is taken out by a qualified leader to help guide you in your training. Meet at 6.15pm and train from 6.30-7.30pm.

When: Tuesdays, Assemble 18.15pm, running groups depart 18.30pm
Where: Pavilion in the Park
Contact: OCRA – 01837 318010
Email: okehamptonrunningclub@gmail.com

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West Devon Walk and Talk – Oct-Dec 2018

Why Walking WorksThe new West Devon Walk and Talk programme for October to December is available now (PDF file, 152KB).

  • Weekly short walks
  • Weekly moderate walks
  • Monthly Sunday walks

Grade 1 Walks have now been merged with the Tuesday Grade 2 walks. They take up to 30 minutes and will still take place fortnightly. For further information, please contact: David Arney – 01837 861829 or email – Darney382@aol.com

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1st Sept: Dartmoor Highground 50, Marathon + shorter run

Image: Dartmoor Highground racingThe Dartmoor 50 Ultra Trail running race, Dartmoor Marathon and Yes Tor Hill Race are fully signed trail running races with great support and a distinctly wild and at times fell running feel,  taking in the highest points in the south of England and some of the lesser visited tops.

Dartmoor is the largest area of wilderness in the south of England and one of the wildest and most challenging landscapes in the UK for a running race.

http://freedom-racing.co.uk/dartmoor-highground/