- Date: –
- Event area (map): Blandford
- Categories: 2011-2012, Night League, Results
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Directions and Parking
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Light refreshments and snacks available at the visitor centre. Toilet block adjacent to the visitor centre and car park.
[Describe the terrain the competitors are expected to encounter, including vegetation type, urban/forest, steepness etc. Example below]
Parkland with some mature woodland, grassland, young trees that are maturing. Courses will be based on the western area previously visited only by long courses. All courses visit areas not previously used.
1:[map scale] with 5m contours, A3 size updated 2016 by [mapper]. Control descriptions will be printed on the map and loose control descriptions will be available.
Registration & Start Times
Registration from 10:00 to 12noon
Starts from 10:15 to 12:15pm
Courses close at 2pm
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A score course simply means that there is no set order for the controls. Competitors collect point values for each control they visit in any order they like within the time limit.
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Entries via fabian4 [link to the event entry on fabian4!] until [deadline here] OR
Email the organiser until [deadline] to reserve a map. Entry on the day until maps last.
Seniors £7.00 (non-British Orienteering members £9.00)
The event will use SI timing. SI dibber hire £0.50
Contacts / Officials
Enquiries to: [Email address here]
Planner: [Name here] (WSX)
Organiser: [Name here] (WSX)
Allowed but to be kept under strict control.
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.
Privacy: when entering our events your name may appear in the results section of this website or in newspaper reports.