Pre Event Info
45 minute score or 60 min score
Mass start at 19:00
Headtorch and hi-viz required.
Juniors to be accompanied by adults as crossing of 30 mph roads required.
Please take care when crossing roads and give way to other road users including cyclists and pedestrians
You must register on the evening, even if you have pre-entered. You MUST report back to registration, even if you don't complete the course
Directions / Parking
Registration roadside/field next to St Chad's Church of England Primary School
Parking on Northolme Ave, Leeds LS16 5JB
Registration & Start Times
Registration from 18:30 - 18:55
Mass start 19:00
Please join us for a drink afterwards to discuss your routes!
Please enter in advance via Race Sign Up https://racesignup.co.uk/
Entry on the day via Racesignup before 18:00 or contactless payment, cash payment or Helper Voucher.
ALL COMPETITORS please complete your details on the race registration
form at the payment position. Most importantly your contact phone number, for safety and insurance purposes even if you have entered via Race Signup.
This is so that we know who actually starts as we do not use SI timing at these events.
Choose between 45 min or 60 min score
There will be 30 controls each worth 10 points. All controls will be either postboxes or lampposts. 10 point penalty for each one minute (or part) late back to registration.
You are required to touch each control but we trust you to count them for yourself and declare your score when you return to registration.
Parkland and Woodland
On a tight lead please.
Contacts / Officials
Organiser: Tim Patterson
Safety and Risk: A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event.
Insurance: British Orienteering provides Public Liability insurance cover for all individuals taking part in our Organised Events and Activities.
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