WEE 3 Barnett Demesne Wed 22 May

Come and enjoy the next episode of the 2019 WEE series at Barnett Demesne off the Malone Road in Belfast on Wed 22 May. Full details on the WEE website – follow the WEE 3 Link above. All are most welcome, whether or not you have orienteered before. You do not have to be a member of LVO to come and enjoy the opportunity for a fun evening.

The WEE is coming – Pre WEE on Wed 1 May

Details of the Pre-WEE coaching sessions are up on the Fixtures Page above

The WEE is Coming. Pre-WEE 1 May Ormeau Park

Plans are well under way for the 2019 WEE series which starts in May. The outline programme is: WEE 1  8 May  Orangefield Park; WEE 2 15 May  Ormeau Park; WEE 3  22 May  Barnett Demesne; WEE 4  29 May  Lady Dixon Park. To warm everyone up there will be a Pre-WEE on Wed 1 May in Ormeau Park. Coaching will be offered for all levels from complete beginner to experienced orienteer, so that by the time the series proper starts the following week all members and newcomers will be raring to go. Full details will appear on the WEE website Read More …

Woodburn Photos

Photos from yesterday’s Spring Cup 2 at Woodburn Forest are here. As usual, if you want your photograph removed please let me know: Philip ‘at’ niorienteering.org.uk

Gordie Mahood 1973 – 2019

It is with great sadness that we report the untimely passing of Gordie Mahood on 5th February. Gordie was an enthusiastic orienteer, a loyal member of Lagan Valley Orienteers and a dedicated organiser. Many will have last seen him at Tyrella in November, quietly ensuring that everything was properly organised in a way that would bring the most satisfaction to his fellow orienteers. Gordie has been living with cancer for a number of years, but still managed to contribute greatly to the orienteering community. He was a regular attender last summer of the WEE series in Belfast, introducing his son Harry Read More …

The Final WENT of 2018

The final WENT of 2018 will be held at Lady Dixon Park next Wednesday, 12th December. As in past years we will follow the session with some festive cheer in the form of hot chocolate, warm little eats and other appropriate (un)healthy offerings. We meet as usual at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm mass start in the top car park. Lady Dixon Park is always fun to run in after dark, so don’t miss out! In order to get the right number of maps and enough food, please let Philip know that you are coming, either by commenting here, directly via Read More …