Category Archives: Forthcoming Events

Traquair Sprint Series No. 1

Remember that the sprint series kicks off on Wednesday evening at Traquair.  For this sprint event only we’ll also have a Yellow course.  This is because we already have the maps printed from our postponed event there in December.

South of Scotland O League 2016

In 2016, for a trial year, this series will run for a calendar year instead of the previous autumn/spring period. (This first series will however include the SoSOL held in October 2015, which was the only one before Christmas)
These are already registered in the series:

1. 11 Oct 2015 ESOC Hopetoun House, S Queensferry
2. 24 Jan 2016 EUOC Holyrood Park, Edinburgh
3. 21 Feb AYROC Kaimes, Muirkirk
4. 28 Feb ELO Lothian Edge, Dunbar
5. 17 April SOLWAY Drumlanrig, Dumfries
6. 15 May INT Calder Wood, Livingston
7. 6 Nov ESOC Penicuik Estate.

The above is on a PDF file to download and keep.  You can check these events and any more that get added on the ESOA website: HERE

Social Evening- Winter Talk

Monday 16 March 2015
7- 9pm

at the Tweed Valley Mountain Rescue Base (next to the Argus Centre), Selkirk

An Evening with Paul McGreal

The athlete, organiser and all-round top bloke will give a talk on some of his recent and forthcoming projects and events.

As well as being an orienteer and a member of Roxburgh Reivers, Paul has been involved as a competitor and organiser in a range of sports including triathlon, duathlon, adventure racing, hill-running, mountain marathons, mountain-biking, hashing, hockey and shinty. Paul is well known for his organisation of acclaimed adventure races and triathlons. He is organiser of the World Orienteering Championship 2015 to be held in the Highlands this summer. In addition Paul is a member of the Tweed Valley Mountain Rescue Team and has made a number of appearances on the BBCs Adventure Show. An informative and entertaining evening is promised.

Tea, Coffee and Juice will be available. Please bring snacks to share.

Fee: There is no charge for this event but donations to Tweed Valley Mountain Rescue are welcomed.