Brighton City Race 2019Sat 21 December, 2019

Near: Brighton
Level of event: Regional
Type of event: Race, Night, Social

Location Info

* Postcodes are not very precise in some areas, so don't rely on them for an exact location.

Pre event info

The Brighton City Race is Southdown Orienteer's annual Christmas Urban Event. Featuring a mass start, participants visit checkpoints around the city and compete to complete the course in the shortest time.

Directions / Parking

Details to follow

Course Information

Competitors on the senior courses (except Hypervets) will assemble at Middle Street School before making their way to Brighton Station to take the train to the start. The Junior and Hypervet classes will start closer to the event centre.

Entry Details

Entries are via Fabian4. Adults £10, Juniors U25 £5


Via Fabian4 from 1 November 2019

Start Times

Assembly at Middle Street School from 15.00. Train from Brighton at 16.40.

Map Details

1:5,000 with 5m contours

Terrain Description

Urban mix of shopping streets, residential neighbourhoods and city parks.

Dog restrictions

Sorry, no dogs.


Assembly is at Middle Street School which features music, refreshments, toilets and prize-giving.


The earlier start time this year will allow participants to experience the Burning the Clocks event starts at 6:30pm

Contacts / Officials

Planner: Neil Crickmore

Organiser: Robert Lines


Important Event Information

Safety and Risk: A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. Information about how to keep yourself and your children safe at an event can be found here.

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