It’s on Wednesday evening – don’t miss out!
See what has happened and what is coming in our latest Newsletter
Up quickly after the Harlow Hill event, this Wednesday, July 3rd, the postponed event at Conyngham Hall. Start and finish will be on the grass beyond the far end of the car park.
Quentin will be doing a coaching session beforehand – topic is control flow. Please let Quentin know if you intend to attend (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Further details on the Spring O page….
Somehow the weather held fair for our picnic and in the space of two hours we ran an orienteering event, held the junior league series prize giving, had a picnic and played a game of rounders.
Well done to all who took part, here are the Results of the orienteering. The results of eating all that food and the outcome of the rounders match will remain unpublished. Quentin
Well, of course, the weather was nothing like as bad as predicted! The Spring-O event intended for June 12th will now take place on July 3rd – note that’s just one week after the event at Harlow Hill.
Claro Annual Club Picnic and Junior League Prize Giving
Hosted by Jemima Parker and Quentin Harding
Spanish Style Score Event – fear not, all will be revealed and you will like it
Juniors and Seniors teaming for a short, fun score event
Club members and non-members welcome
Conyngham Hall, Knaresborough
Meet on the grass area at the far end of the tarmacked car park
2.15pm Mass start
3pm onwards Junior Prize-giving, Picnic Tea and games
What to Bring: Cakes/biscuits/fruit/snacks to share, picnic rug or chairs, Orienteering kit (dibber, running shoes etc)
This Wednesday – 29th May, we have the next of the Spring-O events on, check out the series page. Wednesday Evening Spring-O
Coming this weekend; test your navigational skills in the heart of Ripon with registration at Ripon Workhouse.
Note air enabled SI punching. Event details here.
Thanks to all Claros who helped at the British Champs, the team here was the second start shift on Sunday after closing the starts.
As well as helping, some great competition results: with Gold medals, Bronze medals and a couple of UK Orienteering League podiums to boot… Congratulations to all and especially to Matthew Rochester, Lois Parker (and Matthew Hall), Quentin Harding, Matthew Rochester (again), Will Drewe and Ruth Ker.