Instead of trick or treating this evening, the Shaws and MacAlisters went night orienteering. It was a score course with a difference - each control site had a bag of goodies (the harder the control to find, the better the selection of chocolates and sweets). The first pair to reach each control got to collect the bag!
Its great that so many families are managing to get out and go orienteering, despite the recent weather.
A warm welcome to...
The Tilley family, Joanna, Daimon and Olly of Wiveliscombe. The Tilleys have taken in two of our first three virtual junior events, running first at Vivary Park then making their way up to Lydeard Hill.
A quick review
On Sunday, QO members descended on Longrun Meadow and French Weir Park for the annual club championships.
Over the next couple of weeks we will be moving across to using a new email provider.
Government guidance means we can't hold the AGM in person. This page will hold the reports from each area that would normally have been given in the meeting.
The club is sad to announce that Ted passed away on Thursday (4 June). Many of our members will remember Ted and his contributions as an active member of the club and the committee for many years, as well as his and wife Lennox’s vibrant personalities, reports Roger Craddock.
During lock down
Several QO members have been busy behind the scenes setting up some virtual orienteering and chat facilities...
Join in the discussion on QO's Facebook on how to tackles individual legs on a virtual course