The fourth race of the 2018 London Park Race series takes place on Tuesday 12 June 2018 in Battersea Parks. Like all races in the series, the race is suitable for beginners. Full leg cover is not necessary, running in a T-shirt, shorts and trainers will be fine – see below for more details.
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The event centre will be at The Prince Albert on Albert Bridge Road. Public transport is the best route, but getting there will involve some walking. It’s important not to walk through the park on the way to the pub, to avoid seeing the course in advance. From Sloane Square on the District and Circle line, it’s just over a one mile walk. From Battersea Park rail station (from Victoria), get buses 44 or 344 to The Latchmere and walk up Battersea Bridge Road. From Clapham Junction (from Victoria or Waterloo) you can also catch the 344 to The Latchmere, and there are more bus options running up Battersea Bridge Road and walking across.
|Address||The Prince Albert, 85 Albert Bridge Road, Battersea|
|OS grid reference||TQ275772|
|Maps||Google Maps, OpenStreetMap|
|Registration||Between 1800 and 1930|
|Start Times||Between 1800 and 1930|
Entry on the day only, and we may be able to take contactless credit card payments. Your entry fee includes a full colour map printed on waterproof paper, which you can keep as a souvenir after your run, and a printout of your race time and splits at the end of the race.
Electronic timing will be used. If you do not have your own SI card, then you can hire one for the event at no charge. A penalty of £60 will be charged for hired SIACs that are lost or not returned, and such cards will be blacklisted.
|Course name||Optimal route distance|
Both courses are suitable for juniors.
If you have any questions not addressed above, please email the organiser Anders Silkjaer via .
Competitors take part in this race at their own risk. Entries and results will be processed by computer, your entry will be taken as agreement to this. The competition is run under the rules and guidelines of, and sanctioned by, British Orienteering.
Photo of Battersea Park Pagoda courtesy of Andrew Bowden on Flickr