UK Relay LeagueHarvester Relays at TilgateSun 24 June, 2018

Near: Crawley
Level of event: National
Type of event: Race, Night

Location Info

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

Pre event info

The UK's little brother equivalent to Tio Mila and Jukola. An overnight relay with a mixture of night and day laps for teams of either seven or five competitors.

Directions / Parking

Camping and assembly will be around the Tilgate Forest Recreation Centre.

Course Information

Preliminary information about the event can be seen here

If you haven't got a team to run in, or your club is looking for an extra runner try the runner bank Runner bank

Also see the BOF  Harvester rules for more information. 

Entry Details

Online entry now available on Fabian. Cost £10 per person (£5 for all junior/student teams)

http://www.fabian4.co.uk/default.aspx?EventID=2068

Main closing date June 10th

The event will be enabled for contactless punching with SIACs available for hire if required.

Registration

From 6pm

Start Times

Midnight

Map Details

1:10000 newly surveyed using LIDAR data for this event

Terrain Description

Mixture of woodland and parkland either side of the M23, with the night courses also making use of a golf course.

Facilities

We have booked one of the lodges which will provide indoor toilet and shower facilities. There is a pub within 5 minutes walking distance of the assembly area, as is the K2 leisure centre with cafe.  Tilgate Parade with a variety of shops, a takeaway and another pub is within 1.5km of the camping/assembly area.

Miscellaneous

Southern Navigators will be holding an Urban event on the Saturday for those travelling down. Most likely near Staines. If you fancy a tour of the M25 HAVOC will be holding an event near Brentwood on the Sunday.

Contacts / Officials

Planner: Neil Crickmore

Organiser: Ralph Phillips

Controller: Gordon Parker SLOW

Important Event Information

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