Near: Burgess Hill
Level of event: Activity
Type of event: Night, Score, Urban, Social
- Postcode: RH15 8UW *
- Lat,Lng: 50.96461,-0.15331
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* Postcodes are not very precise in some areas, so don't rely on them for an exact location.
Pre event info
A run around Burgess Hill trying to avoid the ghosts.
Club Night Activity Series Info
Club night activities are primarily social activities normally held on a Tuesday evening. In the winter months they generally take place in towns and involve a combination of navigation running and some form of puzzle solving. Some treat them competitively but most run around in pairs or small groups. During the summer months (and occasionally during the winter) we have a run around the beautiful Sussex countryside, no controls or timing but a series of routes are recommended and shown on a map. Sessions last an hour and activities are set up to cater for a range of fitness levels.
A copy of the keeping safe at club night leaflet is available here: Clubnight Keeping Safe Handout.
Directions / Parking
Parking at the Triangle, meet at the main entrance.
See Club Night website for details.
No fee but please sign up via StrawPoll
Contacts / Officials
Planner: Neil Crickmore
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.
Whistles: Carrying a whistle is strongly recommended at all our events and may be made compulsory by the organiser depending on identified risks and conditions.
SIACs: Note that in contactless mode no record of a SIAC "punch" is held in the control box. By using contactless punching, competitors are accepting the resulting risk that we may take longer to find them if they are lost or injured.
Covid Prevention: Please adhere to the British Orienteering Code of Conduct and take care to allow others to maintain social distance if they wish.
Ticks: Please be aware that ticks are common across many of the areas we run in and can carry infections such as Lyme Disease and Tick-Borne Encephalitis. This is why the rules of orienteering say that you MUST wear full leg and abdomen cover in the forest. Full arm cover is also recommended. Please check for ticks after running and seek medical advice if you develop flu like symptoms or a spreading circular rash after being bitten. There is an excellent government leaflet here.
Insurance: All of our events are registered with British Orienteering and are covered by their public liability insurance; individuals are advised to consider their own private accident insurance.
Please note that the insurance only covers those registered as being part of the event so if you are taking part as a group, or are accompanying / shadowing a child please make sure you register the names of everyone taking part as you sign up.
For club taster / coaching sessions, individuals who are registered as attending are insured for a maximum of 3 initial sessions whilst deciding whether to join; they must be members of British Orienteering by their 4th session.
Privacy: when participating in our events/activities your name may appear in the results section of this website or in newspaper reports. Read our data protection page to see how we look after your personal data.