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St Anne’s Well, 10th Jun 17

Near: Brighton
Type: Park-O 2
Location: Grid ref. TQ299050.
Latitude: 50.830554
Longitude: -0.155702
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Directions: Registration and will be next to Nizells Avenu, Post code BN3 1PL. Pay and display parking on Nizells Avenue £2 for 2 hours.
Public Transport: Brighton Station. 1.2km walk NE along A2010, then E along B2120.
Map: 1:2500
Terrain: A compact park with tennis courts, play area and an extensive network of paths.
Facilities: Cafe and toilets.
Course info: Sprint 2.8km, Orange 2.1km, Yellow 1.4km (Provisional distances only).
Registration: From 9.45am - 10.45am (Please no latecomers!)
Online Entry: No
Start: From 10.00am - 11.00am. Courses close 12.30pm
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: Simon Rawson
Organiser: Steve Blount
Dogs: Yes
Notes: Please take care when running past other park users and crossing paths in the park.

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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