Provisional results from todays Boreatton Park YBT/WML event here..
Mike Callow has compiled the comments made in the little blue book at the end of the Choc-O. From glancing through them seems most of you could barely stand let alone write anything intelligent.....but seriously all the thanks are very welcome and appreciated by Adrian Pickles who put in a huge amount of work to produce this fun event.
For the non orienteers who enjoyed the choc-O please come along to our street events or any of our upcoming local races, you dont have to be a member just show up and we will get you started.
Thanks for coming last night, a good night followed by an excellent social meal at the Masala, for those that could make it
I have done some simple results, based on correct answers and who finished quickest, within time and penalised those that came back outside time.
Please comment below and I will send them out for you.
Next Tuesday event is Feb 12th at Wellington parking(free) by the swimming pool or as near possible,followed for those that wish either a Curry or Fish and chips restaurant.
Final details are now posted on the 2019 events page and here
Wrekin Orienteers club dinner will be at The Swan at Forton near Newport on:
Saturday 2nd February. Sitting down at 7pm.
The Menu is a Carvery (Vegetarian option of a Nut Roast) a choice of pudding;
Apple pie with custard, Lemon meringue, Toffee cheesecake, Chocolate fudge cake or ice-cream.
£15 - Adults / £10 - Children. Coffee £1 extra.
Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with numbers and pudding choice.
Clive and Sharron Richardson
The Wrekin Computer has been whirring away and finally come up with this years (sorry last years) Club Champions...Congratulations...trophies will be presented at the Club Dinner.
WREKIN Orienteers Night Street Score Events 2019
Coming very soon three fast paced night time races kindly organised by Richard Lewis
Score event with 45 minutes to visit as many controls as possible. Finding controls means gaining points, being late back loses points.
The controls will be numbers or colours of street objects like lampposts, hydrants and front doors. You will need a torch, a pencil, a timing device, a map case, some Hi-Viz clothing and road shoes. You could take a compass and whistle.
Mass Start at 7.00 p.m. Cost: £1.00.
There will be a designated social venue to visit after the event. Indian or Fish and Chips. Details on the night.
Enquiries to Richard Lewis at email@example.com