UEA & Earlham Park

Date Sunday, 26th March, 2017
Event Type Level D Event
Location Post Code: NR4 7TJ
Grid Reference: TG191075
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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, Green, Norwegian
Fees Juniors / Students - £2.00; Seniors / Families / Groups - £8.00. NOTE: Senior BOF Members receive a £2 discount.
Organiser Pat Bedder (01603 424589)
Directions Enter the university campus from the North (Earlham Road) or from the East (Bluebell Road). Turn onto Chancellor's Drive at the mini-roundabout and follow 'O' signs to the main car park. There will be a £1 charge for parking payable at the ticket machines
Facilities Toilets are available at UEA SportsPark. Note that you will need to pay a 60p entry fee. Also available in Earlham Park
Dogs Dogs must be kept 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. Beginners very welcome at this event. Please go to Registration and help will be available to get you started.
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Many people like to take photos at sporting events and we're hoping that some of the pictures taken will be shared with us for our website or Facebook pages. We don’t ‘tag’ or give contact details on Facebook, and hope that anyone else sharing photos on social media will also take care, particularly when young people are involved. If competitors or parents/guardians would prefer that photographs of individuals are not taken or published, please notify the event officials. (British Orienteering Safeguarding Policy, December 2016)

Orienteering is an adventure sport. All competitors take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety.

If you have previously taken part in 3 orienteering events, and are not a member of a club affiliated to British Orienteering Federation, then you will not be covered by 3rd Party Liability Insurance. For example, if you cause damage to the landowner's property, you may be liable.