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Devils Dyke, 15th Oct 17

Near: Brighton, uk
Type: District (C)
Location: Grid ref. TQ 258111.
Latitude: 50.885439
Longitude: -0.211407
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Directions: Directions and Parking Traveling east or west on the A27 leave at the junction Grid TQ 285082 signposted for Hove on the A 2038. Turn north on the Devil’s Dyke Road to Grid TQ 258111. Post code BN1 8YJ. Devil’s Dyke is a National Trust area and parking fee is £3 or free if you are a National Trust member with a membership card. New directive from NT. Membership cards are to be scanned and free parking ticket to be displayed in car.
Public Transport: Hove/Brighton. No bus service to Devil’s Dyke.
Map: 1:10,000 5m contours updated by Neil Crickmore 2016
Terrain: The Dyke Valley being the longest, deepest and widest dry valley in the South Downs and a magnificent sight even when crossing it on a course. Thickets, woods, open areas and many bridleways, complement the area.
Facilities: Toilets available outside the pub. Food, drink and warmth at the Devil’s Dyke pub, not National Trust.
Course info: Brown 9km Blue 7km Green 4.6 km, Orange 3.4km and Yellow 1.9km.
Registration: From 9.30am - 11.30am
Online Entry: SO juniors should use the helpers code: SOJuniorFreeRun
Start: From 10.00am - 12.00am. Courses close 2.00pm
Fees: Entry Fee BOF Seniors Other Seniors Orange & Yellow
BOF Seniors Orange and Yellow Other Seniors SO Juniors Other Juniors
Up to 07/10/2017 £8 £10 £4 £6 Free £3
09/10/2017 until midday 13/10/2017 £9 £11 £4 £6 Free £3
EOD £10 £12 £4 £6 Free £3
Planner: Ralph Phillips
Organiser: TBC
Controller: Neil Crickmore
Dogs: Yes
Notes: Contactless punching will operate for those that have an appropriate card.
SIAC hire £2 and non-SIAC dibber £1.

Last updated by Will Heap on 22nd Nov 16

SPORTident (SI) electronic punching is normally used at all events. Dibbers are available for hire at registration for £1.

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