Gay Outdoor Club
The activity club for gay men and women and their friends


Adam Roseveare takes on GOC Design and Advertising

9 May 2017 | Club News

I am 27 years old and still enjoy the beautiful countryside and coastline of Cornwall where I was born and bred. I enjoy walking, bodyboarding, swimming and cycling, and I am looking forward to joining some of you in Mallorca for the cycling and walking trip with GOC in October.

I have a background in design, logo design, and adverts for various Cornish businesses but my main passion is photography. I shoot a range of subjects and genres, mainly focusing on portraiture and people but I love to photograph the beautiful landscapes of my native Cornwall....
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Winning Photo April

1 May 2017 | Club News

This is a photo of Amy Barlow from the N Wales group and the photo was taken at the trig point on Manstone Rock, one of The Stiperstones near Shrewsbury.

Amy has had decades of training as a ballet dancer and circus artist so we advise that other members do not try this on any future events unless they have received similar training.

We receive a disproportionate number of photos from the Welsh groups, which is probably due to the Welsh being particularly photogenic. We would like to see more entries though, so please forward your interesting photos to chair@goc....
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Rambling On At The Board Meeting

13 Apr 2017 | Club News

The Board meeting was held at the weekend and here is an update on what was discussed and some of the resolutions you will be voting on at the AOG in August 2017.

We can now reveal the proposed new name for the club, Venture Out. The members will have a straightforward option of choosing Venture Out or GOC and if you want to discuss these options, a forum has been started here.

On discussing the club finances, we struck a balance, expecting an increase in the number of members and wanting to keep below the ...
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GOC Cambridgeshire ....... a BIG Thank You .....

30 Mar 2017 | Club News

Please join me in thanking Colin Barker and Roger Orpin, who have, as well as former Trustees of the GOC been looking after the Cambridgeshire Group for 16 years, but have handed over the local reins to new blood, I asked Colin to say a few words.

I joined the GOC about 19 years ago when Alan Puttick was Cambridge Group coordinator, During one of our walks I had met Roger, which was about 19 years ago and we are now Civilly Partnered.

After a couple of years Alan retired and asked if I'd like to take over the running of the group, which has continued to flourish....
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