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Kidbroke Park and AGM, 03rd Jun 17

Near: Forest Row
Type: Park-O 1
Location: Grid ref. NE123456.
Latitude: 51.093456
Longitude: 0.024274
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Directions: The event will be signed from the A22 & Priory Road junction in Forest Row. Postcode RH18 5JA. Park as directed in school grounds.
Public Transport: East Grinstead train station. 261/270/291 buses from East Grinstead to Forest Row. 1km walk SW down Priory Road.
Map: 1:4000 with 5m contours. Updated 2017
Terrain: Extensive school grounds set around various buildings/sports pitches. NO STUDS. Some slippy stone surfaces to be wary of. Some nettles on some route choices.
Facilities: Toilets available after 12.00 only. Meeting room, tea/coffee/squash at AGM.
Course info: Sprint 2.9km, Orange 1.8km, Yellow 1.2km.
Registration: From 9.45am - 10.45am (Please no latecomers!)
Online Entry: No
Start: From 10.00am - 11.00am. Courses close 12.00pm
Fees: £4 Sprint, £2 Orange £2.00 Yellow. SO junior squad members free. No charge for standard dibber hire. Optional SIAC dibber hire £2.
Planner: Will Heap
Organiser: Steve Blount
Controller: Neil Crickmore
Dogs: Sorry no dogs allowed at this event.
Notes: NO STUDS. Running on tarmac and stone surfaces in places.
A bring a plate buffet and the SO AGM will take place onsite in the Long Room immediately after the event. Tea, coffee and squash will be provided. Clean footwear only in the building please.

Last updated by David Marsh on 12th Feb 17

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

Answerphone: 07526-792817 for any changes or in the event of adverse weather

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