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|Directions:||Main Car Parking - Pay and Display £1/hour or £5/day: From M23/A23 take Pease Pottage exit and follow signs towards Crawley, then follow brown tourist signs to Tilgate Park (which also directs visitors entering Crawley from the directions). Postcode RH10 5PQ.|
|Public Transport:||Train to Crawley or Three Bridges and then taxi to park or bus to Tilgate shops followed by a 10 minute walk up Titmus Drive.|
|Map:||Map by Roger Maher, 2003, regularly updated and updated for this event by Steve Blount, December 2016. !:10,000, 5m contours.|
|Terrain:||Parkland and Forest with mostly good visibility.|
|Facilities:||Nature Centre (small entry charges), children's play area, cafe, pub, walled garden with maze. Trained first aiders will be on duty. Toilets. No drinks - please provide your own.|
|Course info:||Brown 8.3km, Blue 6.2km, Green 4.2km, Light Green 3.6km, Orange 2.7km, Yellow 2.1km. tbc
Courses will be pre-marked on waterproof paper.
|Registration:||From 9.30am - 11.30am. Sportident electronic punching.|
|Start:||From 10.00am - midday, Courses close 2.00pm. (Helpers only may start from 9.30am.)|
|Fees:||Up to 12/03/17: BOF Sen £7, Other Sen £9, Orange and Yellow BOF Sen £4, Orange and Yellow other Sen £6, SO Jun free, Other Jun £3.
13/03/17 – 19/03/17: BOF Sen £8, Other Sen £10, Orange and Yellow BOF Sen £4, Orange and Yellow other Sen £6, SO Jun free, Other Jun £3.
20/03/17 – midday 25/03/17: BOF Sen £9, Other Sen £11, Orange and Yellow BOF Sen £4, Orange and Yellow other Sen £6, SO Jun free, Other Jun £3.
EOD: BOF Sen £10, Other Sen £12, Orange and Yellow BOF Sen £4, Orange and Yellow other Sen £6, SO Jun free, Other Jun £3.
|Organiser:||Les and Bridget Hooper|
|Dogs:||Dogs allowed if under control.|
|Notes:||Access for this event has been granted by kind permission of the Forestry Commission. Access is normally restricted to public rights of way. Please respect these restrictions at all other times.|
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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