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Airienteers, Orienteering in Airedale and Wharfedale and Leeds and Bradford

Bingley St Ives

New Years Day Score Event

Sun 01 January, 2017

Level of event: Level D

Type of event: Score



Pre Event Info

45 mins Score Event. Prizes for the silliest New Year Themed Hats!   

Bingley St Ives Flyer New Years Day 2017

Directions / Parking

The car park is accessed from the B6429 Bingley to Harden Road, GR SE101389. It is on the right 150m beyond the entrance to the estate.  Please be aware this carpark is heavily used by walkers/dogwalkers. Allow plenty of time in case you need to park at the alternative public carpark which is at GR SE 092391 by the Golf Club (allow 10 mins to jog down the Estate road to assembly from this carpark.) There must be no parking on verges or the Estate road.  

There are public toilets on the left approximately 2 minutes jog back towards assembly from the top car park.

Registration & Start Times

Please e-mail Tony by Friday, 20th December if you are likely to turn up so that a map is available for you. Entries near the deadline may get a non-waterproof map so please bring an A4 poly bag. Very limited EOD also possible, but please e-mail in advance if you can.

Mass start at 11 am close to registration

Social get-together after event for AIRE members and invited guests at 13, Moor Edge, Harden. BD16 1LB. Please let Tony and Wendy know if you intend to come. Food/drink donations welcome. Please do not park on Moor Edge. Either park along the wider sections of Keighley Road nearer to Harden centre and walk up, or in the St Ives Estate near to the Keighley Road exit, and walk down. A parking/social venue map will be available on the day.

Entry Details

Seniors £3: Juniors & Students £1

Course Information

45 minutes Score Event.

Terrain Description

Woodland, paths, rhododendrons, spooky sculptures and some rock.

Dog restrictions

On leads please.

Contacts / Officials

Organisers: Wendy and Tony Carlyle 01535 273761

Important Information

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.

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