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Coates Common, 10th Feb 18

Near: Fittleworth
Type: SOG (D) 1
Location: Grid ref. 12345.
Latitude: 50.943425
Longitude: -0.589293
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Directions: From N take B2138 S from Fittleworth, after ½ mile turn right into Coates Lane. After 1½ miles, turn sharp left, car park 200m on left. From S 2m after Bury Hill on A29 turn left onto B2138. After 1½ miles turn left into Coates Lane, then as above. From W take A285 to Heath End, 1 mile N of Duncton. Turn E signed Coates, after Burton Mill Pond, take 2nd right to car park. £1 for parking. Uneven entrance. Nearest postcode RH20 1HQ
Public Transport: Nearest trains at Pulborough
Map: 1:7,500 Updated Mike Gammon 2016
Terrain: Common is mainly rough open and will be used by yellow & orange. Green & blue will also use a wooded, more hilly area to the east.
Facilities: None
Course info: Blue; Green; Orange; Yellow
Registration: From 9.45am - 10.45am
Online Entry: No
Start: From 10.00am - 11.00am. Courses close 12.30pm
Planner: Alan Williamson
Dogs: Yes
Notes: Very popular dog walking area. Parking limited, share if possible. Full leg cover, whistles recommend

Last updated by Will Heap on 07th Sep 17

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