LOST PROPERTY: One pair of large slip-on Tasmanian boots left in the tent. Contact David if they are yours.
|CAR DIRECTIONS||Off Fryent Way (A4140), (400m north of HA9 9JH) TQ195877
What3words event.sparks.digs. Lat/Long 51.57501725,-0.27410162
|PUBLIC TRANSPORT||Kingsbury is the nearest underground station on the Jubilee Line. Exit Kingsbury Station, turn left and walk 200m to the roundabout. Turn left up Fryent Way for one km and cross using the traffic-light-controlled crossing to the car park on the right. 15 minutes easy walk.|
|TERRAIN||Open parkland and some wooded areas on a steep slope. Note that the slopes can be muddy so studded shoes are advised. The area is fast, especially the parkland, so times will be quick for the distance covered.|
|MAP||1:7,500. Pre-marked waterproof. Newly surveyed by Martin Bagness. The area has not previously been used for orienteering.|
|COURSES||Blue 7.0 KM 135m ascent Orange 3.2 KM 65m ascent
Green 4.6 KM 85m ascent Yellow 2.4 KM 45m ascent
Start and Finish close to Parking. The Blue course includes two 2-minute timeouts to cross Fryent Way using the traffic-light-controlled crossing.
|TIMES||Starts: 10:00 – 12:00
Courses close: 13:30 .
|PUNCHING||SI electronic contactless punching will be used. Contact punching can also be used.|
|ENTRY and FEES||Pre-Entry only via Fabian4 by 23:59 Wednesday 16 February.
Entries open in early January.
Seniors (21+) £6 (British Orienteering members);
Under 21 and everyone on Yellow £3
£2 supplement for non-members
SI dibber hire (not contactless) £1 (£35 if lost)
You must comply with the Covid-19 British Orienteering Code of Conduct
|TOILETS||Portaloo toilet available at parking.|
|OFFICIALS||Organiser: David Rosen (LOK): enquiries to 07870 653321
Planner: Charles Spence (LOK)
Controller: Ronan & Julie Cleary (LOK) Assistant: Neil Brooks (LOK)
Entries open in mid-January.