formerly Lanchester Orienteers
previously Browney Waders
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Page last updated 2nd July
|and welcome to the Northern Navigators Orienteering Club website.||If you are new to orienteering and would like to know more then please visit the British Orienteering website, where there is a wealth of information for those new to the sport.||However, if you would like to find out more about our club, or are interested in joining us, then please read on or contact our Membership Secretary.|
|Latest results||20.6.15 - Durham Light Race (level C night event) simple results|
|20.6.15 - Durham Light Race (level C night event) controls visited|
|20.6.15 - Durham Light Race (level C night event) Peter Bray routes|
|20.6.15 - Durham Light Race (level C night event) report by Rob McKenna|
|Next NN committee||details tba|
|Next NN club night||9.7.15 (Thurs) - details tba|
|Next NN event||13.9.15 (Sun) - Bishop Auckland Park (level D) details tba|
|Next local event||4.7.15 (Sat) - Leazes Park (NATO level D)|
|Next MLN event||Season has now finished and will restart in September|
Events are generally held on a Wednesday and are usually open to the public. Further information is available from the League Secretary.
|Boris retires as MLN secretary - 2nd July 2015|
Boris Spence retires as the MLN league secretary at the end of the 2015 season.
For a fuller report please follow this link.
|Stick men create a warm glow at Durham Light Race - 20th June 2015|
The Durham Light Race was the UK version of a series of events held in conjunction with UNESCO to celebrate our use of light.
Held on a warm mid summer evening, 60 plus competitors enjoyed the fast, challenging courses set by Duncan Archer. For a fuller report please follow this link and also this link for a report in the Northern Echo.
Saskia Warren selected for training camps - May 2015
Congratulations to Saskia Warren, who has been selected for the Junior Regional Orienteering Squads Deeside Training Camp in August. She is one of a select band of only 18 athletes. The ‘Deeside’ training camp is based at Templars’ Park, Maryculter on the banks of the River Dee near Aberdeen and is aimed at M/W15-16’s.
Saskia has also been invited to the Summer Talent Camp for M/W16-18's, which is to be held in Badaguish, Cairngorm 26th – 31st July.