14th October: Cycle Sportive Hammer Martello 110 & 160 km routes

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Image: Martello Hammer cyclingIncredible season finale gran fondo with an Italian flair inspired by the Giro di Lombardia – the race of the falling leaves.

Starting from the historic town of Okehampton, nestled below the northern peaks of Dartmoor, the Hammer Martello takes in a stunning tour of the super fast and extremely quiet roads of NW Devon and NE Cornwall. Continue reading 14th October: Cycle Sportive Hammer Martello 110 & 160 km routes

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Walking Football for October – Come Along

Image Walking Football 2018Great to see 10 people at last night walking football session all having a good time

ALL WELCOME – Please come along and promote next week’s session.

Tuesday 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd October.
Okehampton College All-weather pitch
6.30-7.15

Turn up and play or for more info email stuart@ocrasport.org.uk.

28th August: OAK CROAK Fell Race

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Image: Oke runningThe Oke Croak is a must for all off-road runners. The 10.69-mile route is challenging with 2,000 feet of ascent over the rugged moorland of northern Dartmoor. You will be heading out of Simmons Park through the beautiful wooded valley beside the River Okement before starting the climb up the ancient “Goat Path.”

Oke Croak race link

CANCELLED 3rd and 4th August: ENDURANCE RUNS – Dartmoor 100 & 50

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The Ultra Tour of Dartmoor Image: Dartmoor 100 and 50 Endurance races(U.T.D)  creates the most challenging and adventurous way to circumnavigate the Moor within a 100 mile event. A complete tour, encompassing as many wild and not-to-be-missed places as possible, a landscape steeped in myths and legend.

The Ultra Tour of Dartmoor visits a myriad of Moorland landmarks, picture-postcard villages and crosses an intense diversity of terrain, from it’s wild remote heart to the satellite leafy woodland glades and meandering riverside trails of it’s outer edges. Continue reading CANCELLED 3rd and 4th August: ENDURANCE RUNS – Dartmoor 100 & 50

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SNAP (Special Needs in the Park)

Image: Natalie trampolining SNAPSNAP is a fun, social club for children and young people with special needs to make friends and learn new skills.

Led by Melissa Coyle, Elaine Lightfoot and Vicki Pritchard, children and young people meet every Thursday, 6.45-8.15pm, to enjoy music, dance, gymnastics, trampolining, and develop throwing, catching and other fundamental movement skills through games and other sports. Continue reading SNAP (Special Needs in the Park)