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This site maintained by Dick Keighley. (email address: webmaster'at'wimborne-orienteers.org.uk)
Latest Update 05 Feb 2016
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Breaking News - SARUM have cancelled their events scheduled for Stonedown Wood on Feb 6th in the interests of safety. The forecast is awful - heavy rain and gale force winds. Please pass on the news to anyone you think was intending to go to the event.
Next WIM events
Next WIM events
Sun March 13 CompassSport Cup 2016, Denny
Lodge, N Forest
Details Your chance to shine! Get your entries to Andy
French by Friday Feb 26th.
Waffle Online is continually updated. However, a regular pdf edition is distributed electronically. Click here for the January issue of Waffle. The most recent SINS, which has (temporarily) ceased publication, is the November 2015 issue
Mon Feb 01 WIM/WSX Club Night and Night League - Potterne Park Results Score adjustments have been made to the four late starters who reported the stolen control, and bonus points added to those who punched all controls within the hour.
Sat Jan 16 Hurn Forest Results
Sat Dec 12 Ringwood Forest North Coaching/Informal Results
Sat Nov 21 Moors Valley Joint WIM/WSX event to celebrate the
50th anniversary of the South West Orienteering Association.
Sponsored by Activate.
Sun Oct 18 CompassSport Trophy Final 2015 - Kendal, Lake District
Many thanks to all
those who ran for the club. Tough competition dominated by
Scottish & N. England this year. WIM finished 7th, the best
placed southern club. Results &
Routegadget on SROC website .
Sat Oct 10 - Avon Heath Country Park, St Ives. Results.
Fri Oct 09 - WIM AGM, Wimborne Town Hall 19.30 Congratulations to Kevin Pickering who was elected to take over from Andy French as Chairman in November.
Sept 20 - WIM Galoppen Ibsley Common Results & Comments
Mon Sept 7 - WIM/WSX Event & Club evening at Hyde Common. Results
Wed Aug 26 - MTBO at Badbury Rings Results
01 June WIM/WSX Club evening, Summer League and MTBO Badbury Rings, Results
8 May Dorset Schools Champs-Moors Valley Results (Team results updated 09/05/15)
29 April Ringwood Forest (South) - WIM/Royal Signals MLS event Results NB these are standard style results. for MLS League points etc. see the BAOC results page
20 April WIM/WSX Club Night - Potterne Park Results
28 March Stonebarrow Hill, Dorset Schools League/ Informal Results
22 March Well done to the WIM juniors who competed for the club in the Yvette Baker trophy qualifier, coming 3rd. As DEVON & BOK were 1st & 2nd in the finals last year, our juniors also qualify:well done!
15 March CompassSport Trophy - WIM 1285, QO 1252, SARUM 1251, WSX 1234 Full results & Routegadget on Sarum website. More on Facebook and in Waffle. Well done everyone. Photographs from Chris Branford
02 Feb Slades Farm, Bournemouth Wessex Night Leage event Final Results
Founders Trophy - Results for the 2014 competition
Permanent Orienteering course, & MTBO
All of these courses at Moors Valley Country Park are available for use. The club received grants from the National Lottery for the permanent course . Maps for both courses, are available from the Visitor Centre. The courses are checked for completeness frequently and the map updated on a regular basis
Moors Valley Challenge - New Course
How quickly can you visit all the controls (including the six new, technical ones) on the Moors Valley permanent course. Will we offer a prize for the fastest time?
The rules are on the CompassSport website - all controls to be visited in any order you choose - all posts to be touched. Let me know how you get on and we will publish a list of the best performances.
At the September 2004 WIM Committee meeting, it was recorded in the minutes that the club had adopted the BOF Child Protection Policy. Wimborne Orienteers is intent that children and vulnerable adults will find orienteering a safe environment in which to have fun, learn and develop. The Club will do this by adopting and promoting the British Orienteering Federation Policy on Protecting Young and Vulnerable People.
last Updated Friday, February 05, 2016