Level of event: Local
Type of event: Race
Results, splits, winsplits and league tables posted. Planners comments later.
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Park O Series Info
Park-Os are friendly club events, usually in parks or school grounds, where children and newcomers are very welcome. Yellow and Orange courses are suitable for children to run on their own with a bit of practice. Adults are welcome to shadow children until they are confident to go on their own. Sprint courses are run or walked by any age group.
The Park-O series takes place in the early summer and is usually 6 events.
Nearest town: Crawley
- Postcode: RH11 8PB *
- Grid Ref: TQ261361
- Google Map
- Streetmap (OS 50k)
- Bing Map (OS 50k)
* Postcodes are not very precise in some areas, so don't rely on them for an exact location.
Directions / Parking
From the A2220 Horsham Road, turn into Old Horsham Road and then immediately take the first right turn leading to the car park.
Nearest trains at Crawley station approx 1 mile walk
£4 Sprint, £2 Orange, £2.00 Yellow. SO juniors free
Standard electronic punching (SI) chip hire is included in the entry fee. SIAC (contactless) 'dibbers' can be hired for £2
18:45 to 19:45
19:00 to 20:00. Courses close 20:30
1:4000, 5m contours
Map updated in 2018 by Les Hooper
Goffs Park is one of Crawley's oldest parks and came into public ownership when the new town was developed during the 1950's. Prior to this, settlement on the site can be traced back to the 1300's. The park extends to over 20 hectares and has vatied features including: lakeside paths, mature deciduous woodland. a well equipped children's play area, neatly kept open lawns, a conservation area and plenty of opportunities to simply sit and relax. Having finished your event why not finish your visit with refreshments at the Goffs Manor Pub, which is one of Crawley's oldest buildings dating back to 1450. The large outdoor pub garden makes a pleasant stopping point.
Contacts / Officials
Planner: Liam Marsh
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