Clarendon Dock WEE Cancelled

Despite the heroic efforts by the British Orienteering Chief Executive, our insurers and the Belfast Harbour Commission, we have not been able to agree insurance cover for the event.  Therefore we have no option but to cancel.  Please try and make sure your friends and family are aware of this.

Look forward to next weeks WEE at Bangor Castle.

Clarendon Dock WEE

I’m terribly sorry, but you should know that the Clarendon Dock WEE tomorrow evening is at severe risk. The Harbour Commission requirements for indemnity assurance appear to be more than our BOF Insurance will cover.
I have asked the BOF insurers for a last minute review tomorrow morning. I will attempt to provide you with an update, but if there is no further news by 1 pm then I’m afraid we will have to cancel.
Richard McCourt has put a huge effort into planning (and organizing) the event and is naturally gutted.
Further news when I have it.
Cecil

Clarendon Dock WEE

The WEE next week, August 9th, will be in the Harbour Estate around the historic Belfast Harbour Commissioners Office.

Registration will be in the Corporation Square car park across the road from the Harbour Office. There is no charge in this car park after 6pm. Access the car park from Westlink via Corporation Street like this

or from the Albert Clock like this

More details to follow.

Cecil Armstrong 078 1587 2010

Podium Place for LVO at the Scottish Six Days

  1. With 4 days of the 6 days completed of which the best 6 count, we can confirm that LVO will be on the podium.  Wilbert Hollinger recorded first place at the “rest day” Trail-O, after making a quick dash from the Sprint event in the town of Ballater to Cambus o’May forest where he came first on the elite course. Wilbert was the only competitor to achieve 18 out of 20 controls. Club mate Stephen Gilmore was placed 10th in the field of 51 elite competitors with 15 correct; a staggering 10 out of 20 answers being Z.  The elite Trail-O results are here.

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Orienteering in Craigavon

Orienteering returns to Craigavon!

Starting on Tuesday 8th August and for the following 3 Tuesdays at least, orienteering will be returning to Edenvilla Park, Portadown.

The events will be aimed at beginners and novices with coaching and training given, but can be geared towards whoever turns up. So come on, if you’re in the area and looking for a bit of fun on a Tuesday evening now you know where to go.

We’ll be meeting at the Park car park off of Bachelors Walk from 18:30. Starts until 19:30. Coordinates 54 25 37.5N    6 25 46.0W

Cost £ 2.50 per map. See you Tuesday!