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Kidbrooke Park (Michael Hall Steiner Waldorf School), 02nd Nov 17

Near: Forest Row
Type: SONiC/KNC 2/7
Location: Grid ref. TQ418346.
Latitude: 51.093227
Longitude: 0.024725
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Directions: Directions and Parking 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. Bus 291 East Grinstead to Forest Row. 1km walk SW down Priory Road.
Map: 1:4000
Terrain: Extensive school grounds set around various buildings and park land. No metal studs please.
Facilities: None
Course info: 60 minute score suitable for all abilities. 3 circuits 71-79 or 81-89 or 91-99. Complete circuits (or part of) in any order, then switch to next circuit. Switch at control 100 (0 points). Maximum of 2 switches. 10 points per control visited. -10 points for every minute/part late back.
Registration: From 1845hrs – 1915hrs.
Online Entry: No
Start: Briefing and mass start 1930hrs sharp. Course closes 2045hrs.
Fees: £4.00 Seniors. £2.00 Juniors. SO junior squad members free. Contactless punching will operate for those that have an appropriate card. SIAC hire £2 and non-SIAC dibber £1.
Planner: Jill Blount
Organiser: Steve Blount
Dogs: No
Notes: Torches, back-up lighting and whistles are mandatory.

Juniors (M/W14 and under) must be accompanied by an adult due to water hazards in the event area. Depending on orienteering experience and parental consent, underage juniors may run as pairs. This will be at the discretion of the planner/organiser.

Full leg cover strongly recommended.

No metal studs please.

The Swan (next to Tesco) in Forest Row serves food until 2100hrs. Please book your own meal with them in advance. Contact details and menu can be found at

Last updated by Will Heap on 23rd Nov 16

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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