WNL6 – Oakley Village (BADO)


Location Info

Event Details

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  • Event area (map): Oakley Village
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  • BADO’s first ever contribution to the Wessex Night League is an Odd/Evens 1 hour score around Oakley Village.


Pre-Event Bulletin:

Download the flyer from BADO’s homepage here. Key details copied below, but please check the organiser’s website for any changes and up to date information.

Directions and Parking

The event centre will be at the Barley Mow, post code RG23 7JZ & GR SU573502. Free Parking will be found just north outside the nearby Junior School gates/local shops as space now is very limited within the actual Pub car park.

Facilities

Toilets in pub, First Aid, usual pub drinks at the bar (optional!); food to order being made available just for us; those wishing to eat after a run should ideally check the menu and make choices before setting off on their run. Food will then be served shortly after 20.00, subject to demand

Terrain Description

Oakley is a gently undulating suburban area.

Map

1:4,000 on A4 waterproof paper, 5m contours; new map specifically drawn for this event. All areas marked ‘Settlement’ are definitely OOB!

Registration & Start Times

Registration from 18:00 to 18:45 – this will take place in the pub

Starts           from 18:15 to 19:00

Courses close promptly at 20:00 please. We don’t wish to organise a search…

Course Information

 

1 hour score event around Oakley, using an Odds/Evens method as per guidelines. There will be a yellow/orange course suitable for juniors; torches will be essential. N.B. All juniors under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Punching start, just turn up, register & go!

Entry Details

EOD only (if possible please email [email protected] to reserve a map)

Seniors £5
Juniors £2
EMIT Card Hire Seniors £1.50 Juniors free.

Lost Cards will be charged at £45.

Contacts / Officials

Planner: Mike Frizzell (BADO)
Controller: Alan Kersley (BADO)
Organiser: Bernie Fowler (BADO)

Dogs allowed?

Dogs are welcome in the car park and courses but must be on leads at all times. Also welcome in the pub.

Safety and Risk

Orienteering is an adventure sport; you are responsible for your own safety at the event and must not do anything that puts yourself or others at unnecessary risk. The personal data you give for your entry will be used by the event organisers and their agents only for the purpose of processing/publishing entries and results, conducting safety checks and as required by our insurers to validate our cover.


Last updated on Mon, 6th November 2017, 23:02 by Peter Suba