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Horsforth Hall Park & Streets - Autumn Night Score League

1st event in a series of 8.

Wed 27 October, 2021

Level of event: Local

Type of event: Score, Urban, Night

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.

Autumn Flyer 2021

Results

Results  

Pre Event Info

Directions / Parking

Hall Park Car Park, off Hall Lane.

Buses 9,9A,50, 50A, 33, 34 and A1 all pass by Hall Park. Please consider using public transport where possible.

Registration & Start Times

Registration 6.30 - 6.55

Mass start - 7.00

Entry Details

EOD only Seniors £4.00 Juniors and students £2.00

COVID Guidance for competitors & volunteers

You must not take part in any form of orienteering if you or any member of your household have had recent Covid-19 symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate.

Please follow any local or national guidance in place at the time of the event, and maintain social distancing.


Course Information

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 with pin punches.

Terrain Description

Urban, parkland and some woodland. Please take care crossing roads.

Dog restrictions

On a tight lead please.

Contacts / Officials

Organiser: Steve Mead stevern@bad-altitude.co.uk

Important Information

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