Whitlingham Country Park & AGM

Date Sunday, 1st July, 2018
Event Type Local / Level D Event
Location Post Code: NR7 0QA (nearest, but not very near)
Grid Reference: TG269078
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Registration 10:00 - 11:30
Starts 10:15 - 11:45 (Courses Close at 12:45)
Courses Orange + 1 Hour Score
Fees Juniors / Students / Helpers - £2.00; Seniors / Families / Groups - £5.00. NOTE: Senior BOF Members receive a £1 discount.
Organiser Kim Eden / Ian Renfrew
Directions If coming via A47, take the junction with A146 (signposted to Norwich City Football Ground and County Hall). At end of slip road, turn left on to A146. At traffic lights, turn right (keep in right hand lane). At roundabout, turn right (4th exit) on to Bracondale, signposted Trowse (and Ski Slope). Turn left on to Whitlingham Lane (signposted to Ski Slope). Carry on for about 2 miles, passing the visitors centre, to the far car park.
Facilities Cafe and Toilets at The Visitors Centre
Dogs Dogs on 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. The AGM will be held at 13:00.
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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.