Happy New Year!
Winter Blues Street-O starting on Wed 7 Jan 15
We now have a full set of planners for the Winter Blues Street-O series. The series will follow essentially the same format as previous editions, only now with an optional social opportunity at the end of each one. Tim Moon is in the chair for the first one on Wed 7 Jan 15, so why not get out there and work off some of those mince pies?
Merry Christmas to all! The weekly newsletter is now out with details of what’s on over Christmas. Hope you have a good one!
The Autumn Leaves Street-O series has now finished (results here) following a grand effort from Graham Ramsden this week. We now have dates for the Winter series, which we are calling Winter Blues. There will be 6 events Continue reading New Wednesday Evening series – Winter Blues Street-O 2015
We now have league dates for the UK Orienteering League and the UK Urban League. The UKOL dates are on the British Orienteering website, but the UKUL ones are not up yet, so if you were wondering… Continue reading National League dates for 2015
The wait is finally over – details of this year’s Christmas Dinner can be found here. It should be splendid! Please let us know if you want to come as we need to secure the best table. And no, this is not me taking over as Social Secretary – just helping out until someone volunteers!
What were you doing the weekend the clocks went back?
A comment made at our recent AGM about how few Claros had been spotted at recent events got Linda thinking, “If we weren’t orienteering at the weekend what were we all doing?” So via the means of modern technology she decided to find out. It seems we were all very busy! Thank you to everyone who replied. Here’s what we were up to:
Geoffrey and Lindsey Hensman: Falkirk Park Run. This is the second time we have been, although Geoffrey did a few when we were still in Harrogate. Continue reading The Weekend the Clocks Went Back
Update: Autumn leaves 5 results are up.
The next Autumn Leaves Street-O is from the Stray in Harrogate on Wednesday 12th, so grab your hi-viz and headtorch and see you there. It is mentioned in this week’s news update, which has just gone out; you can join the list here.
Details are now up for the next two Claro events – Hookstone Woods night event on 27 Nov and Dob Park on 7 Dec. Note the update for directions for Dob Park as Otley town centre will be closed.
After a brief delay, the results of last Wednesday’s Autumn Leaves Street-O are now published here. Two more to go before Christmas, so hope to see you a week on Wednesday for a start on the side of The Stray.
Tomorrow is the penultimate Yorkshire SuperLeague for 2014. We have a few Claros in contention, so lets hope things go well for the last two events. Ilkley Moor on 30 Nov 14 is the other one.
For those not there, the AGM went well. Full details will be in the next Clarion, or you can browse the minutes here. The next Clarion will also include the collation of replies to Linda’s question “What were you doing on the weekend the clocks went back?”. Look out for it in the week beginning 10 Nov.
There are a few happenings to report in the week before the clocks go back (don’t forget next Sunday 26th!). With 5 events completed we have a new leader in the club league – Allen Barnes – but there is lots of scope for catching him up. This week’s results from Midgley Moor will be up soon. Some of the Claro contingent that went to Scotland for Race the Castles were spotted by Wendy’s usual splendid efforts with the camera – here and there are a few new Claro photos too.
Details for the next two Claro events are now up – our Hookstone night event that is part of the YHOA Night League, which is local and an ideal chance to try a night event if you have not done so, and Dob Park on 7 Dec, which is part of the club league (obviously). Finally, don’t forget the AGM this Thursday.
The successful series of junior training events concluded this week as the light evenings draw to a close. They were well attended and we hope that not only did the participants enjoy themselves, but also that they will go on to enjoy the sport in the future, perhaps even as club members. Thanks to Phil, Jemima and Richard for organising. If you (or your mum or dad) want to have a go, there are plenty of local events in the calendar, and always people on hand to help those that need it – all you have to do is ask!
Richard and Jemima with three successful participants – well done to Luke Fry, Eve Whitaker and Alex Romanec (Luke’s dad Stephen did not qualify for a certificate!) (Photo – Phil Headford)