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Great Walstead, 04th Mar 17

Near: Haywards Heath
Type: SOG (D) 4
Location: Grid ref. TQ364248.
Latitude: 51.008142
Longitude: -0.057839
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Directions: Turn north off the A272 onto the B2111 (Bedales Hill) between Haywards Heath & Scaynes Hill. After 1km turn right into East Mascalls Lane and follow this for 1km until you reach the entrance to Great Walstead School on the right. Please obey the speed limits within the school grounds and park as directed. £1 car parking charge.
Public Transport: Haywards Heath Train Station (approx. 3 miles)
Map: 1:7500. Resurveyed 2015 by Les Hooper, with summer 2016 updates. Based on the original 2007 map by Les Hooper.
Terrain: Great Walstead and Henfield Wood is a compact area of natural woodland with scattered fields. Within the woods there is a well-established irregular path network. There is a good level of contour detail spread throughout, along with many changes in vegetation
Facilities: It is hoped that toilets will be available within the school. Children’s playground.
Course info: Blue, green, orange and yellow. Details to be confirmed.
Registration: From 9.45am - 10.45am (Please no latecomers!)
Online Entry: No
Start: From 10.00am - 11.00am. Courses close 12.30pm
Fees: Seniors: SO and BOF members (please show your membership card): £4, Others £5 Juniors: SO free, others £2 Dibber hire £1, blank maps £0.50.
Planner: Alan Velecky
Organiser:
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Dogs: No
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Last updated by David Marsh on 15th Oct 16

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