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Lancing Ring, 23rd Sep 17

Near: Lancing
Type: SOG (D) 2
Location: Grid ref. TQ175062.
Latitude: 50.843431
Longitude: -0.331708
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Bing Map (OS)
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Directions: On the A27 from the west turn left at the Sompting crossroad lights Grid TQ174055 and follow the road uphill to Grid 175062 and park in the local car park and on the road leading into the car park. From the east on the A27 turn right at Grid TQ 174 055 and follow instructions as above.
Public Transport: Sompting rail station and No 7 bus every hour between Worthing - Sompting-Lancing.
Map: 1:5000 5m contours updated summer 2015.
Terrain: In places thick woodland, open grassland, prominent main tracks and many minor tracks. Generally undulating with a little rise in the NE of the map. Many parts of the undergrowth in the open areas has nettles and brambles. Quarry area used only on the blue and green courses.
Facilities: None. Please bring your own requirements.
Course info: Yellow 1.4km 40m climb 11 controls, Orange 2.4km 75m climb 13 controls, Green 3.65km 110m climb 17 controls and Blue 5.6 km 150m climb 24 controls.
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; Extra map £0.50
Planner: Ralph Phillips
Organiser: Ralph Phillips
Controller: Mike Gammon
Dogs: Yes, though there may be many local dog walkers present.
Notes: The parking area is used by local people please be polite to all users and car share if you can.

Last updated by Will Heap on 22nd Nov 16

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