Pretty Corner

There has been significant felling in the South East corner of the map, which we are not allowed to use for this event. Consequently, we have had to drop the Brown Course.

Date Sunday, 15th October, 2017
Event Type Level C Event
Location Post Code: NR26 8TW
Grid Reference: TG153412
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Registration 10:00 - 12:00
Starts 10:15 - 12:15 (Courses Close at 14:15)
Courses White, Yellow, Orange, Light Green, Short Green, Green & Blue
Fees Juniors / Students / Helpers - £3.00; Seniors / Families / Groups - £9.00. NOTE: Senior BOF Members receive a £2 discount.
Organiser Julia Paul (Tel: 01485 541031)
Directions Approach from either West or East on A148. At junction with A1082 (Holway Road) turn North. After 200m, turn right onto Pretty Corner Lane. The Car Park is a further 150m on your left. We will be sharing the car park with other members of the public , so please be courteous and park as directed.
Facilities The nearest toilets are in Sheringham. If you fancy a coffee or a spot of lunch after your run, then Pretty Corner Tea Gardens are close by. Please confirm for yourselves that they are open.
Dogs Please keep dogs on a lead at all times.
Other Notes We welcome school / guide / scout groups etc. Please contact the organiser, at least a week in advance, so that we can ensure that we print enough maps.
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