Catton Park

Date Sunday, 4th September, 2016
Event Type Run The Norwich Parks (Level D)
Location Post Code: NR6 7DB
Grid Reference: TG232121
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Registration 10:00 - 12:00
Starts 10:15 - 12:15 (Courses Close at 14:15)
Courses 1 hour Norwegian score event and 3.3km (orange) course, and 2.3km (yellow) course - suitable for newcomers
Fees Juniors / Students - £2.00; Seniors - £4.00 (BOF Member) or £5.00 (Non-BOF Member); Families / Groups - £5.00
Organiser Karen Goldsworthy 01603 411540
Directions Car parking will be at the entrance on oak lane next to Haymans lodge, NOT at the recreation grounds as advertised in some places.

Catton Park
Oak Lane

FROM A1042 NORWICH RING ROAD (CLOCKWISE) Turn left onto Oak Lane . Turn left and go through the park gates. FROM A1042 NORWICH RING ROAD (ANTI-CLOCKWISE) At the roundabout of the A1042 and B1150 continue on ring road. Take the third right, Oak Lane. Follow Rd and then turn left, go through park gates and follow directions to park.
Facilities Toilets available
Dogs Dogs are allowed on a lead in Catton Park.
Other Notes Catton Park is an historic landscape on the northern outskirts of Norwich. It Is a beautiful 70 acre park is open for all to enjoy at any time. It comprises an open wild flower meadow fringed on three sides by mixed woodland. This park has special significance; it was the first commission of Humphry Repton. There are footpaths through the woods and across the park; most are easily accessible by wheelchairs and push-chairs. If you are intending to come to the event, please could you contact the organiser letting her know how many and what courses you intend to run. Phone or e-mail via the Who's Who page (Paul Goldsworthy). This will help us to get roughly the right number of maps printed. You will need to bring a pen with you. All courses are suitable for newcomers and help will be available to get you started.
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