A doubles competition will be held on Sunday 19th September at Wenlock Bowls Club. Details, including entry forms, can be found on this page
Athletics and 7-Mile Road Race: 26th September
The athletics and 7-mile road race events will take place on Sunday 26th September.
Further details and entry for the athletics events are available here: athletics
The 7-mile road race is arranged in conjunction with Broseley Joggers and entry online is available via link on this page: Road Race
Fencing: 26th September
Foil and Epee competitions will be help for young fencers. Details of the event and an entry form can be found here.
Short Story Competition
Following the success of the 2020 flash fiction event the 2021 creative writing competition will take on a different format. It will be for a story, on any theme, no longer than 2,500 words. The event will be open to entries from Wednesday 15th September with the results published in March 2022. Further details will be made available on this website as they become available.
The 2021 archery, golf and tennis events have completed and the results of these events can be found by following links on these pages:
The postponed events (athletics, 7-mile road race, bowls and others) are now planned for late September. Details of these will be posted here as they become fixed.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WENLOCK OLYMPIAN SOCIETY WILL NO LONGER PROVIDE SINGLE USE PLASTIC BOTTLES OF WATER.
Competitors and spectators are asked to bring their own reusable containers.
At long distance events e.g. Race on the Edge, Triathlon & Road Race, compostable cups and water dispensers will be available to competitors.
Everyone who takes part in WOS events is entitled to participate in an enjoyable and safe environment.
We will do our best to ensure that all event organisers, members, volunteers and officials, follow safeguarding advice as set out by their respective governing bodies; e.g athletics events will follow ‘best practice’ as set out by UK Athletics Ltd. We will ensure that all event organisers pay full attention to their safeguarding responsibilities.
All children are entitled to a duty of care and to be protected from abuse. Abuse can occur anywhere. Wherever children are involved in athletics or live arts, there are adults involved and there is always the possibility that there are some individuals abusing their power over children. However, it is important to keep a sense of perspective and proportion between any benefits and any risks involved.
Best practise benefits everyone but most importantly, it ensures that children and vulnerable adults who choose to participate in our events have a safe and fun experience.
Our safeguarding policy document is available to download here: Wenlock Olympian Society Safeguarding Policy