South London Orienteers welcome you to orienteering races on February 18th, on Holmwood Common and Scamells Grove, three miles south of Dorking.
Final Details (uploaded 10th February)
This is a British Orienteering Regional (Level C) Event. There is a choice of eight individual colour-coded courses: Brown, Blue, Green, Short Green, Light Green, Orange, Yellow and White.
We have a new map, at 1:7500, to the ISOM2017 standard. The woods are mostly natural, and on gentle slopes. There is a good path network, lots of vegetation changes, and many streams, ditches and gullies. Longer courses visit an area of runnable forest new to orienteering. Courses are planned to avoid the worst of the brambles and undergrowth.
NO DOGS please – the assembly and car park is on a working cattle farm.
Pre-entry via SI Entries please. Closing date is Sunday 11 February.
|Senior on White/Yellow/Orange
Entry-on-the-day (subject to map availability): as above plus £2 for seniors.
Runners will need a SPORTident timing chip. A small extra fee is charged to seniors to hire a standard chip from SLOW: £1 for seniors (free for juniors). Contactless SIAC punching will be enabled, and contactless SIAC chips may also be hired – £2.50 for seniors / free for juniors. Lost timing chips will be charged at £40 standard, £60 contactless.
|Location||Holmwood Common and Scamells Grove|
|OS grid reference||TQ189459|
|Maps||Google Maps, OpenStreetMap|
The nearest stations operating on the Sunday are Dorking and Dorking Deepdene, approximately 4 miles north of the event.
|Registration||Between 0930 and 1130|
|Start Times||Between 1000 and 1400|
Start and finish are within 1km of the parking. Parking is on hardstanding, but Wellington boots are suggested.
Please check the SLOW website prior to travelling in case of any last minute changes.
The personal data you give will be used by the event organisers and their agents only for the purpose of processing and publishing the event entries and results, for conducting safety checks and to validate British Orienteering insurance cover.
Please note that if you have competed in three orienteering events registered with British Orienteering and not joined an orienteering club which is a member of British Orienteering, you are not covered by our public liability insurance. If you are not a British Orienteering member, for insurance purposes you will need to leave your contact details with the entry team.
Orienteering is an adventure sport. A comprehensive risk assessment for the event has been prepared and identified risks have been mitigated, however please be aware that participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. Please be careful of crossing streams/ditches, steep slopes, etc. Parents are responsible for their children. Advice is available on request about what courses may be suitable.
Results will be available on the SLOW website shortly after the event.
Organiser: Teresa Turner (SLOW)
Planner: Charlie Turner (SLOW)
Controller: David Dawson (DFOK)
British Orienteering registered event 72079