Thursday Training: Training normally starts each Thursday at 1845 sharp from the Royal Free Hospital Recreation centre in Fleet Road. We will wait if you let us know you’re coming but please be prompt.
The next LOK Committee meeting is on Wednesday 13th June in Hampstead starting at 8.15 p.m. All LOK members are welcome to attend. Contact David if you are coming.

Greater London Orienteering Summer Series

See the 2018 GLOSS series flyer
There are 5 events each Sunday from 24 June to 22 July.
More details about the series are on the GLOSS page.

The 2018 London Park Race Series

The series starts on Tuesday 22 May with an event in Greenwich Park.
LOK are staging two events in the series:
Tuesday 19th June FinsburyPark
Tuesday 3rd July VictoriaPark

LOK Data Protection Policy

LOK have published a Data Protection Policy document which explains how personal data is obtained, used, stored, and deleted as part of the normal operation of the club.

Sunday April 8th LOK Colour-Coded event on Hampstead Heath

View from Parliament Hill
Well done to everyone who came along to the Heath and we hope you’ve now dried out and washed the mud off.

Results, RouteGadget etc.

If you enjoyed it and aren’t yet a club member, do consider joining LOK. You get reduced price entry at most events and there is the opportunity to go training on the Heath on Thursday evenings – it isn’t usually so wet! Join London OK and British Orienteering online senior £21.50 junior £7.30.

Tuesday February 13th LOK Street Orienteering event in Bloomsbury

rugby_tavern_picture60 minute score event.
RESULTS Thanks to Elaine for an excellent event and to the Rugby Tavern for hosting us.

Weekly evening training

Members of the club train on Hampstead Heath every Thursday evening.

Where: Royal Free Hospital Recreation Club (includes changing and shower facilities) in Fleet Road, Hampstead (near corner of Pond Street, London NW3 2QG)
When: 6.30 p.m. for a 6.45 p.m. start, Thursday evenings.

We run for about an hour. The training is primarily just running but can include some orienteering practice. The training is open to all, including non-members and those new to orienteering or who only want a run – just turn up at the Recreation Club.

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