1997 (May and onwards)
In a series of articles for our newsletter, every couple of months Bill Vigar digged through the archives to find out what was happening in the world of QO 100 newsletters ago. Back then the QuOnicle was simply called ’Quantock Orienteers’ and was a single A4 page (occasionally with an A5 attachment).
Moray, Oban & Tay
Relatively local for our club, sixteen QO members. We even raised a few relay teams.
29/30 September, Dunster & Exmoor
Review by Jeff Pakes
Jeff Pakes ran at the first three days of the six-day long festival centred around Aberystwyth, taking in some fine weather and scenery in South Snowdonia...
By Graham Hartley
Graham, who continues to do well at the urban form of the sport, describes how he got hooked on orienteering through street, campus and parkland during a recent annual summer series run by our neighbours Bristol OK...
The last or our questionairre profiles of QO members was with Jenny Tennant back in March 2012. Jenny is one of our most senior members and has enjoyed plenty of success in orienteering, including winning the JK in 1967.
Richie's work in the Royal Signals prevents him from attending many club events, so let‘s find out some more about this elusive creature...
At Holne Moor, Dartmoor
On their first competition on open moorland in damp conditions, all of our enthusiastic but inexperienced team put their JOG experiences to good use, and without exception all of them put in creditable runs against a strong Devon Junior presence. Lead coach Nick Fernandes reported...