Northern Navigators Orienteering Club

formerly Lanchester Orienteers

previously Browney Waders

established 1967

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Page last updated 22nd May


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.

Recent NN events:

Latest results15.3.15 - Hamsterley Common (level B) CSC round 1

Future activities:

Next NN committeedetails tba
Next NN club night4.6.15 (Thurs) - details tba. (NO club night on 28.5.15)
Next NN event24.5.15 (Sun) - Bewick Folly & Blawearie (level C)
 Click here for a copy of the control descriptions
Next local event24.5.15 (Sun) - Bewick Folly & Blawearie (level C)
Next MLN event17.6.15 (Wed) Cowpen Bewley Country Park - details tba


MLN (Military League North) details can be found on the British Army Orienteering Club page and results can normally be found here.

Events are generally held on a Wednesday and are usually open to the public. Further information is available from the League Secretary.


Latest News

Saskia Warren selected for training camps


Congratulations to Saskia Warren, who has been selected for the Junior Regional Orienteering Squads Deesside Training Camp in August.

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. She is one of a select band of only 18 athletes.

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.


Durham Light Race - 20th June 2015

Durham Light Race

Northern Navigators invite you to the Durham Light Race - a level 'C' night event in Durham City, Saturday (evening), 20th June 2015.

This will be a unique opportunity to compete at an event which is part of the UNESCO International Year of Light 2015. One of a number of night events held around the world to celebrate our use of light. It is planned to be a one hour, night, 'score' type event held around the streets and alleyways of old Durham City. See fixtures page for details