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Post from the President

Mike manning the Start, QWO Nov '16

February 2017

With our new website now firmly established and well received by club members, I thought it about time I put pen to paper or rather fingers (all two of them) to keys. So much has happened in the past few weeks.

Sun 26 Feb Read more…

JOG at Cothelstone Hill

Daniel And His Group Of Sea Scouts From Bridport

Ahoy- Sea Scouts visit

Thar she blows! Bridport Sea Scouts made a windy Cothelstone Hill their port of call at JOG this Saturday. Some of their crew sailed along at a good rate of knots to show they could mix it with our landlubbers

Sun 26 Feb Read more…

Event Safety Workshop

Safety training

Thursday 9th March, 7 to 10pm

You are warmly invited to attend this informal training session organised by QO. It is open to any orienteer whether in QO or any other club. It is now mandatory for anyone taking the role of planner, organiser or controller to have had attended an event safety workshop, no matter how experienced they are.

Sat 25 Feb Read more…

Coming up

Merthyr Mawr Dark Sky

Weekend of Sat 4 & Sun 5 March

Those with a flavour for high quality terrain and competition are spoilt for choice this weekend. A fabulous sand dune area in South Wales hosts back-to-back events. Also on Sunday just off the A303 near Shaftesbury is the Sarum Saunter. And of course there's JOG at Fyne Court.

Sat 25 Feb Read more…

Club night

Junior training, COACH building

Our first gathering at COACH centre

We had our first club night on Thursday 23rd February. Thanks to Roger and Judy for organising and the session leaders for their work and to all for thirty people who came. We had a real mix of young and old and a good gender balance to boot.

Wed 15 Feb Read more…

Wessex Galoppen review

Holmsley '16- Green course- John Trayler (pink) & Pete Akers (orange)

Penulitimate SW league event of season

Nine QO members managed to make it to the Galoppen on the edge of the New Forest at Holmsley on quite fast heathland. Some of our members have put their routes on RouteGadget. Run of the day was probably Tony Milroy's on Short Green.

Sun 12 Feb Read more…

Queens College JOG

CJ sneaks past Shar And Friend

Junior training Sat 11 Feb

You had to be on the ball while running round the intricate combination of stairways, paths and alleyways between the buildings on the school site! The Fox course also explored parts of Comeytrowe, using questions as evidence of visiting a control. Who knew that street furniture such as lamp posts could be so useful in daylight?

Sun 12 Feb Read more…

Events & training round up

Spencer on memory map exercise

Weekend 4/5 February

The Forest of Dean again played host to a top quality event and a few QO members on Sunday, this time it was a middle distance race at New Beechenhurst. The previous day at JOG, several seniors in attendance had a go at the map memory exercise with Spencer Modica excelling.

Mon 6 Feb Read more…

Castle / B&T College JOG

Our picnic area base on Saturday

Junior training

The intricate network of buildings and passageways at Bridgwater & Taunton College and the adjoining Castle School kept our juniors focussed on Saturday. This concrete labyrinth provided a stern test for those daring to try Jim Mallinson's fiendish memory map exercise. Even the Hare course provided a significant navigational challenge to our smallest runners.

Mon 6 Feb Read more…

Events & training round-up

Deepak finishes at Culm Davy

A divine right to win?

After training well at our JOG at Culm Davy, a happy hunting ground for him previously, Devon's Patrick Devine-Wright went on to record the fastest time at the Devon League event the next day. A round up of the action from the weekend of January 28/29th

Tue 31 Jan Read more…

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