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Pashley, 25th Feb 17

Near: Eastbourne
Type: SOG (D) 3
Location: Grid ref. TV587979.
Latitude: 50.760652
Longitude: 0.246698
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Directions: We will be using a grass car park beside the B2103 (Warren Hill) that will be unlocked for us for the morning. From the west use the A259. Go through East Dean and continue towards Eastbourne for about 1km. Warren Hill is the first turning on the right and is signed for Beachy Head. The car park is about 800m along this road on the right. From the east take the A259 out of Eastbourne. Go past Eastbourne Downs Golf Club (on the right) and continue to top of hill. Warren Hill is the first turning on your left and is signed for Beachy Head. The car park is 800m along this road on your right. Parking is either 'pay and display' at £1 per hour or free (subject to confirmation).
Public Transport: Eastbourne-Brighton buses pass within 800m of car park
Map: Pashley and The Warren, 1:7500 surveyed in 2015 and updated 2016 by Chris Hooker.
Terrain: A mixture of steep wooded slopes, fast open grassland and patches of thickets.
Facilities: None
Course info: Blue 5.4k 195m climb; green 3.4k 130m climb; orange 2.4k 80m climb and yellow 1.5k 50m climb.
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: Einar Solgaard
Organiser: Mike Baron
Controller: Mike Baron
Dogs: Yes
Notes: The area is popular with dog walkers and cyclists.

Footwear with good grip is recommended. It is advisable to carry a whistle and cagoules may be required in bad weather.

Last updated by Will Heap on 26th Jun 16

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