Lagan Valley Orienteers

Lagan Valley OrienteersHave a look at our main website for lots of information on our club & what we’re up to.

www.lvo.org.uk

Join our Facebook Group to get regular reminders of upcoming events and keep in touch with the rest of the club. We are a very active club with plenty going on. If you have questions – just ask!

Our popular WEE Series runs every Wednesday evening during May, June & August. Like our club page and WEE Series Orienteering page to keep up to date.

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Susan LambeGood like how? Like you're going to win the Long course? Or you'd like to volunteer?3 days ago
Dee OrwinVolunteer and add Joanne Green3 days ago

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Ok folks, it's a volunteer call. Don't be shy! Here are LVO's next 4 events. Have a look online and sign up for a role (or two) of your choice.
lvo.org.uk/fixtures/categories/lvo-fixtures/
Meelmore & Hillsborough still need 2 main officials each so please do step forward. We're run entirely by volunteers so let's make a success of our fixtures list.
Richard McC tells me he's been working away building a volunteer list for Woodburn so the list isn't as empty as it seems!
Email volunteer@lvo.org.uk
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Daphne HamondI've counted 27 events run by LVO in the calendar. How many club members do we have?3 days ago   ·  1
Cara LaverySusan Lambe Ben can lift controls at Castle Ward and I can help starts or MOO but would like a run too.3 days ago
Susan LambeExcellent, thanks both of you for volunteering. Will add you to the rota, and yes plenty of time for a run too :)3 days ago
Richard GambleThe Gambles will be about at Woodburn, so Sarah or myself would be happy to help in whatever capacity. I can also help at Meelmore.2 days ago   ·  1
Gavin CairnsI sent you a mail re Hillsborough. Please reply if this works.2 days ago   ·  1
Mark PruzinaI'm doing MOO Early at Woodburn if someone can take over for Part Deux.22 hours ago

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If you're still on a high after the Armagh Festival and clamouring for more Orienteering there is a potential double header this weekend if you fancy it. Not only do we have NICS1 at Castle Saunderson on the border, Fingal Orienteers are putting on a Leinster League event at Deer Park Forest in Virginia, Co. Cavan on Sunday. I've never been there myself but they say its a small intricate bit of woodland on the shore of Lough Ramor. Sounds Ok.
So if you can't make Saturday's event or if you fancy a weekend of brown courses the choice is yours.
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Called in to Kilwee on the way home tonight. Bit disappointed at the state of the MOO after the weekend. I'll give the organisers the benefit of the doubt and assume someone intended to call later in the week to sort it out. Hopefully my little bit helps :-)

Remember the guys trying to organise the next event. Especially as we are trying to encourage fresh volunteers to take on the Organiser role. It's daunting enough when everything is neat and tidy.
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Hi guys, I was just wondering if anyone would be able to give me a lift to Castle Saunderson on Saturday. I can meet somewhere around hillsborough/sprucefield and even Lisburn. If anyone is able to that would be brilliant. Thanks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Billy ReedWe can pick you up on way past Andrew.6 days ago
Stephen GilmoreSuggest a general carpool meeting at Sprucefield Park and Ride at 9.15?5 days ago
Colin SmithI should be going down but want to get back up the road sharpish so no hanging around after if that suits anyone their welcome. Will aim for Sprucefield just after 95 days ago
Billy ReedIf anyone else wants a lift I have a seat or 23 days ago
Richard GamblePeter and I have made a kadt minute decision to go today. Hope we can join the car share at Sprucefield3 days ago

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So sadly the Armagh festival of orienteering has come to an end, but I'd like to say a large thank you to everyone who helped put on the events especially the planners, controllers, organisers and mappers and all the other volunteers and runners. I think we can all say that it was a fantastic weekend and hopefully we can have a few more festivals like these in the future as they help bring our small orienteering community together. ... See MoreSee Less

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John McCulloughAbsolutely!1 week ago
Andrew CoxThe Wato contingent really enjoyed the whole event. Well done to all concerned1 week ago
Sarah GambleA fantastic weekend of orienteering in a beautiful city. Such a great opportunity to participate alongside the best in the sport. Really appreciate all the hard work of those who made it happen.1 week ago

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Live online results from sunny Armagh :) lvo.org.uk/liveresults ... See MoreSee Less

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Philip StuartWhere do I find the STart times for Sunday?1 week ago

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3 months till the 2017 WEE Series. Can't wait? Then you're in luck! Armagh 17th-19th Feb is the place for you; 3 days of urban orienteering. If you can do a WEE Series this is perfect for you. Similar distances Fri & Sat; Sun is a bit longer. Sunday you can turn up on the day; Friday & Saturday you must pre-enter online by tomorrow evening. Check out the link. We look forward to seeing you there.
Please LIKE & SHARE to help us spread the word :)
www.niorienteering.org.uk/armagh-sprint-weekend-2017-press-release/
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One for the ladies 🚺🚺🚺 ... See MoreSee Less

We want to hear from women about orienteering. Whether you are currently taking part or haven't been for a run in a few years we want your views. www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MNHCFWG This initial survey is part of a wider piece of research to explore the reasons why women's' time in orienteering is typically shorter than men's.

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WEE 14 Results published. That's it for another year. Keep an eye on the LVO Website for upcoming events.

www.lvo.org.uk/wee/2016/index.php?act=result&id=14
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WEE 14 - Crawfordsburn Country Park

Course information: Long 4km Short 2km

All juniors must use bridges to cross the river. Due to construction work on the path to the waterfall this area will be out-of-bounds on both sides of the river and will be marked with tape. Courses have been planned to avoid this area.

There is quite a lot of undergrowth and nettles in places. Runners are advised to wear leg protection.

If you have not pre-entered, registration will be at the MOO (large white trailer) from 6.15 p.m. with first starts from 6.30 p.m. Last starts 7.30 p.m.and courses close at 8.00 p.m. sharp due to falling light. Control descriptions will be available at Registration. If you are a newcomer, please make yourself known and there will be someone who will be only too happy to offer some tuition and advice. If you pre-enter you will be able to go straight to the “priority” start lane and avoid queues. You will also be entered in the weekly prize draw.

***Remember as this is our last WEE of 2016 there will also be a BBQ and prizegiving after the event***
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And we have prizes! Check out these lovely fleeces! And then check out each month's league to see if your eyes are indeed on the prize. Remember August isn't over yet............
www.lvo.org.uk/wee/2016/index.php?act=league&set=1

As an added bonus, t-shirts will be ordered for everyone who has completed (or officiated at) 9 or more WEEs this year. If you're on #8, well there's an added incentive to head out to Crawfordsburn - as well as the free hot dogs of course.
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Post-WEE barbecue at Crawfordsburn this week - yes it's the 2016 WEE Finale already. With the nights drawing in, you might want to start as early as you can - with the added bonus that you'll be near the start of the hot dog queue. I know some of us get light-headed at the thought of leaving the Belfast Parks, and Crawfordsburn is a little further afield. Not too much though and it is a beautiful spot. Come along for some fine orienteering, tasty food and of course some post-race banter too :)
There's an (as-yet unconfirmed) rumour of a prizegiving too............
www.lvo.org.uk/wee/2016/index.php?act=view_event&id=14
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