Jill’s South Coast Challenge: what Jill got up to in the summer or 2019
On going EATG News
We have an update on the 10/10 Training event held at Aldburys Farm on 13th June
Clip here: Aldburys Farm 10/10 results and write up
Stop Press! We have been able to relocate the POR on 23rd May to Thundersley Parsonage near Saffron Walden. Please apply quickly as time is short.
EATG Events are now live and will be run according to the easing of Covid regulations by the government
We are hoping to give you some news next week about our summer plans, once the government have published their road map on Monday 22nd. Lets hope we can run events soon.
26.01.21 See the latest provisional dates for the summer on the events page
Hi everyone, just to let you know, the EATG is still going strong! We are currently planning our Summer Calendar for 2021 and are just waiting for the current Covid lockdown to come to an end before letting you all see what we have in store. Any events we do run will of course comply with any covid regulations that are in place at the time.
We have had to cancel the Winter TREC at Beechwood on 15th November as Beechwood EC has closed for the November Lockdownwe are hoping to run the other Winter TRECs that are planned for 2021. See the events and schedules page for dates.
EATG AGM 2020 Update 08.10.20
Dear EATG Members, As you might remember due to the Covid19 lockdown we were not able to have our usual AGM in March. We were hoping to have it at the Nipsells Farm TREC Competition at the end of September, but just before that we had other Covid19 restrictions – the Rule of 6 – put in place and we had to abandon that idea. We think it will be unlikely that we can have a face to face AGM this year. So as a compromise we have decided to use a Q&A opportunity for our members.
Back in March we put all the relevant documents on the EATG website: Chairperson’s report, EATG AGM Minutes 17.03.19 and now an updated Annual Financial Summary 2019- 2020 which has been scrutinised and was passed by Amanda Snowden in September. We would appreciate it if you would have a look at them. If there are any questions please contact Jill Perry our Chairperson by the 20th October and we will do our best to answer them. We are also sending you a form for the Election of Members to the EATG Committee. The current Committee Members have indicated that they are willing to continue in their current roles: Jill Perry EATG Chairperson, Colin Cooper Treasurer, Jan Arthur Secretary, Jackie Beasley Minutes Secretary, Jane Snowden Membership Secretary, Abbey Brotherton Website and Facebook, Jade Schofield Facebook, Jan Archer League Secretary, Christine Upchurch Committee Member. They have all filled in their application forms. We hope you are happy for them to continue. New committee members are always welcome though! See the EATG contacts page for the Application form to become a Trustee. Please return application forms to Jan Arthur: email@example.com by 20th October and an election vote will be taken in as appropriate way as we can manage. We hope to resume business as normal next year and pick up our league and volunteers awards then. We will be continuing our special member’s fees for 2021 including £10 off of entry fees for the Winter Series if 3 or more classes are entered and our early bird reductions for the Summer Series. Hope to see you at our events over the winter and next year. Happy TRECcing!
Jan Arthur EATG Secretary
For WS 2019-20 3 for 2 entries
SS 2020 £10 voucher towards cost of entry
EATG WS League The winner for 2018 was Christine Upchurch on Dennis the Menace; 2nd Jackie Beazley; 3rd Amanda Snowden; 4th Abbey Brotherton
EATG Volunteer Awards Winners for 2018 were Jade and Christine Schofield who won a £50 voucher each and Colin and Charmaine Cooper who won a £25 voucher each.
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Trec GB News
05.07.20 Coronavirus Update
TREC GB understands that regulations made by the Secretary of State in England on Friday, that came into force yesterday the 4th July 2020, should allow us the move to Step 3 of the TREC GB ‘Framework for Restarting Competitions’ (V1.1) for events planned to take place in England. See the TREC GB Website for the framework document.
We have contacted South Essex Insurance Brokers requesting confirmation and expect a reply later this week.
We await further guidance from the governments of Scotland and Wales.
Competitions would continue to be subject to the most recent Government guidance, which would inform how they would need to be organised to comply with social distancing, hygiene and other requirements.
Provisionally booked dates may obviously be subject to changes should restrictions be reintroduced locally or across the whole country.
We look forward to seeing members competing again but we must ensure all remain safe and respect competition protocols and guidance whilst there remains a risk of spreading Covid-19.
TREC GB TRUSTEES COVID-19 UPDATE
9pm Wednesday 18th March 2020
At its Trustees’ meeting on Wednesday 18th March, the TREC GB Board of Trustees carefully considered relevant information regarding the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, and has taken the difficult decision to postpone, with immediate effect, all events until at least mid-May at the earliest.
This includes all centrally organised TREC GB events, both mounted and unmounted.
As a result of this unfortunate situation, it follows that no TREC club activities will be insured under TREC GB’s insurance until further notice.
Therefore, all affiliated TREC GB club activities must be postponed from tonight.
TREC GB will closely monitor the situation, will issue updates as and when required and allow resumption of activities as soon as is possible.
TREC GB National Championship dates 2021 To be announced
Other TREC GB News
See the Flu vaccine info below, this applies to all entries until further notice.
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Important for you to know: TREC GB Equine Flu 2019:
Unfortunately, as widely publicised, there have been outbreaks of equine flu over the past few months, and as per the website, TREC GB has issued a protocol to be followed for any competitions/training/events run under the TREC GB banner. Please be aware as a competitor that these are minimum requirements, and the actual event venue may have tighter rules (i.e. vaccinations at 6 monthly intervals). The Board of TREC GB would like to promote, as best practice, the following: Copies of passports with vaccinations (including the correct information PRIOR to 2014, i.e. the first 2 injections within the correct time, and all subsequent ones done on or within the 365-day timescale every year from 2014 to the present, OR a new course started from 2014, again with every booster on or within 365 days). This should be sent to the organiser/secretary as soon as possible, so checks can be made, and if necessary, a new course can be started. No horse/pony can attend a TREC GB event unless the 2 primary vaccinations have been done and this requires a minimum of 28 days to complete. The last vaccination must have been at least 7 days before the competition
For Schedules (the entry form is at the end of the schedule) click on the event
EATG Summer Events 2021
Latest News April 2021t News March We have lift off! The first two events at Danbury and the Woodlands Stables Combined Event were well supported. We are looking forward to the High Roding POR on 3rd May. To get the early bird offer enter early.
We intend to run the rest of our summer TREC events. We are having to change the Thetford Forest event but all the other events are the same, assuming the easing of covid regulations go ahead as outlined in the government's road map.
We are looking forward to welcoming you all back to TREC over the summer.
EATG TREC Events Summer 2021
Dates for your diaries for the summer, subject to Covid regulations
18/19th Sept Riddlesworth Diss Full TREC Competition open to all run by EATG Riddlesworth Home Farm 18-19.09.21 Schedule and Entry Form
26th Sept EFRA POR Gardens of Hanbury Practice your orienteering skills in Epping Forest EFRA POR Gardens of Hanbury Schedule and entry form
10th October Triangle Field POR Stansted Abbotts Triangle Field POR Schedule and Entry Form
EATG Winter Events 2021-22
Go to end of the event info for the Schedules. The entry forms are at the end of the schedules.
3rd October Finchingfield WS TREC Finchingfield WS Schedule and entry form
17th October Beechwood WS TREC Beechwood WS Schedule and entry form
20th February 2022 Beechwood WS TREC Beechwood WS TREC Schedule and entry form
27th March 2022 Finchingfield WS TREC Finchingfield WS TREC Schedule and entry form
All Covid 19 regulations will be in force at the time of the event
Help! Please help us run EATG competitions and events. We can’t do it without you!
EATG run a points Competition. Winners announced at our AGM in March.
2018 Winners: Christine and Jade Schofield £50 Vouchers To contact EATG use the email link below
Events & Schedules
for the Events Calendar
Schedules: Download in "Events & Schedules" page.
Entry Forms are at the end of the schedules
This Year: See list in Events page
Summer Series 2021: calendar completed
Winter Series 2021-22 Calendar now live
• The last competition
Beechwood WS TREC 17.10.21
Triangle Field POR 10.10.21
Riddleswporth Full TREC 18-19.09.21
Thunderley Parsonage POR 23.05.21
High Roding POR 02.5.21
* Last year
Nipsells Farm Full TREC L1 27.09.20
Quinbury EC POR 30.08.20
Barrow Farm Newcomers TREC 23.02.20
Beechwood WS TREC Competiton 13.10.19
April 2021 Update
EATG Summer events are now in full swing. See the Events and Schedules page for more information
For the latest information on the coronavirus pandemic please see the TREC GB statement on the EATG News page.
EATG Summer and Winter Events are now resumed from the end of
• EATG News for our members 2019-20
• EATG Sponsors – Rosettes
• TREC GB News
• EATG League:
WS 2018 Winner
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