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Rivers Wood, 02nd Mar 17

Near: Balcombe
Type: SONiC/KNC 5
Location: Grid ref. TQ328275.
Latitude: 51.031420
Longitude: -0.109186
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Directions: Postcode RH16 1XS.

Signposted off the unclassified road midway between Haywards Heath & Balcombe, just north of where the road passes under the railway / just south of the Ouse Valley viaduct. Take care with the sharp turning off the road onto the access track. Parking about 300 metres along the track, off to the left.

Please keep away from any log piles which may be in the parking area.
Public Transport: Equidistant between Haywards Heath & Balcombe railway stations, each about 3km (2 miles) away.
Map: 1:7500, 5 metre contours
Terrain: Terrain Description Compact woodland area with many paths and rides. Variable runnability.
Facilities: None
Course info: To be confirmed
Registration: 6:45pm - 7:15pm
Online Entry: No
Start: Mass start at 19:30
Fees: Seniors: £4, Juniors: £1 (SO Juniors free), Dibber hire £1
Planner: Tim Hulley
Dogs: No

Last updated by Will Heap on 26th Jun 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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