Pre Event Info
Mass start 45 and 60 minute score event.
Bring a torch and a pen.
Juniors (-16) must be accompanied and supervised by an adult
High viz clothing is advised. Bring kit suitable for all winter weather conditions.
Directions / Parking
Low Moor Station is 1.2k walk away.
Buses X63, 363, 686, 687.688 pass nearby on Huddersfield Road.
Buses 508,681 and 682 pass nearby on Halifax Road
Assembly is in Harold Park, off Park Road.
Street parking is available. Please park considerately and legally.
Registration & Start Times
Registration 6.30 - 6.55
Mass start - 7.00
EOD only Seniors £4.00 Juniors and students £2.00
COVID Guidance for competitors & volunteers
Before attending any orienteering activity all participants should self-assess for Covid-19 symptoms which include: a high temperature; a new continuous cough; and a loss of, or change to, their sense of taste or smell. If you, or anyone you live with, has one or more of these symptoms, however mild, you should not attend the event.
Similarly if you have been informed that you need to self-isolate, then you must do so.
We encourage competitors to try and maintain a respectful distance from one another, as infection rates remain high.
45 minute and 60 minute course.
There are leagues for Men and Women, with prizes for the winners of Open Classes and Over 45 Classes. Your best 5 runs count.
Courses may use either street furniture or normal control kites.
Park and urban. Please take care crossing roads.
A new 1:4000 orienteering map by Leon Foster
On a tight lead please.
Contacts / Officials
Organiser: Leon Foster leonfosterATgmail.com
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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