Archive for March, 2017

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Spring O in Sussex (in the 90s)

Having recently bought a weekend tent, we plan to attend SO “Sunny Sussex” orienteering weekend in May with 2 days in woodland near Arundel, and the Chichester urban. The last time I attended a multi-day event in Sussex was as an M17 with SAX at a 3-day badge event in 1993 called “Spring in the […]

Darting down to Devon

With fantastic spring sunshine and despite it being Mothering Sunday, we were given special dispensation to head down at the last minute to Devon O’s league event at River Dart Country Park, near Ashburton. Given the long journey and clock change, Lyra and I still managed to be first out in the woods. The country […]

Chairman’s Chat – March 29th 2017

Well, I haven’t got any results to report on this week – but if YOU went to an event that I don’t know about, please feel free to add your own Post about the event and any WSX results. A ‘heads up’ about the Poole Town Race which was scheduled for May 20th: we’ve had […]

Harewood Forest

This week the Medlock family, Alan Blanchflower and Bruno Smith went to Harewood Forest, organised by BADO orienteering club, and what an event it was. Harewood Forest is the second largest ancient woodland in Hampshire and we all did very well. Alan came 13th out of 25 on the brown, above the brown standard, well […]

Chairman’s Chat – March 20th 2017

A lovely event at Anderwood on Saturday, organised by SOC, saw a few WSX members participating. Although it was a Level D event – i.e. informal, limited courses – I thought the Green course was pretty challenging, especially as there were 18 controls! It was made worse for me by the fact that I virtually […]
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