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Club Nights

| Contacts | Upcoming dates | Kit and costs |

Club nights cater for all members, young, old, experienced and new. They are opportunities to get together with fellow orienteers, learn, train and discuss orienteering.

When & Where
All are from 6.30 to 8.00pm

All 3 clubs nights include indoor and outdoor activities depending on weather conditions. Some of the sessions are held away from the usual venue to give variety of terrain and challenge, particularly during lighter evenings.

Monday club caters for juniors and families, and runs during school terms. In winter months the club meets in the gym at South Charnwood and the Post 16 Common Room at Groby College for a mix of indoor and outdoor activities. In summer country parks or similar terrain at used.

Wednesday at Ivanhoe College, Ashby and Thursday at Glenfield Sports Ground cater for all ages and include fitness sessions as well as navigational skills.

Ashby Glenfield Groby
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Location Period Organiser Coaches
South Charnwood High School (Nov to Feb), off-site in the summer (May-Sept) Otherwise at Groby College. School terms time (but not December) Birthe Richter-Wilson Birthe Richter-Wilson and Iain Phillips
Glenfield Sports Ground, Gynsill Lane, Glenfield. (offsite September and March) Autumn and Winter terms Derek Herd Various
Ashby Map Runners, Ivanhoe Community College, North Street, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. (off site in Summer and occasionally in winter) School terms time only (but not when summer league is on Wed) Peter Hornsby Peter Hornsby, Iain Tebbutt, Mark Sherriff


Booking Contacts
The Club would be grateful if you could contact/phone the Organiser prior to your first session so that we can ensure the Newcomers Resource Pack is brought along to the Club night.

Contact Phone number Email
Mrs Birthe Richter-Wilson 0116 232 2718
Mr Derek Herd 07920090299
Mr Peter Hornsby 01530 456066


Kit and Cost

Equipment

You will usually need footwear suitable for the gym and for the playing fields. In the autumn and spring you will need warm clothing for outdoor activities. When it’s dark you will need a torch to read the map. Everything else can be provided.

If you want to buy equipment, you are welcome to try out the club’s loan compasses and dibbers during one of the sessions before choosing.

Charge: Families £5, Adults £3 and children £1.50 per session.

Do I need to join the Orienteering club?

You do not need to join the club while you are having your taster sessions. Our insurances only cover you for three taster sessions after which you should join.
Senior membership fee is £19 and Juniors are £7.30. Family membership is cheaper than joining individually see details at http://www.leioc.org.uk/new-to-o/join-the-club/



Details of venue and activities for individual club and activity nights for the next 8 weeks are shown below. Click on one of the links below.

2017

Monday 5 June Club Night Bradgate Park
Monday 12 June Club Night Charnwood Forest South
Monday 19 June Club Night The Outwoods
Monday 26 June Club night Windmill Hill
Monday 3 July Club Night BBQ
Monday 10 July Club Night Beacon Hill