OK Nuts Trophy 2015, Winterfold & Pitch Hill, 22 November

South London Orienteers present

The OK Nuts Trophy Event
incorporating the
Army Inter Corps
Orienteering Championships 2015

Sunday 22 November 2015

Winterfold & Pitch Hill

Civilians open now on Fabian4; military via unit.
Entries close at 23:59 on 15 November 2015.
Final Details

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Make a weekend of it!
The OK Nuts is being staged alongside the Southern Night Championships, organised by London Orienteering Klubb, on neighbouring Holmbury Hill the previous evening.

Race Venue

The car park is a large grass field and is close to the centre of Cranleigh at TQ056387 (nearest post code GU6 8JL).

Please note that this car park is different to that first publicised.

The entrance to the car park field is 300 metres from the bus pick-up/drop-off point, enquiries, registration and download. Competitors will be bussed to the start and from the finish.

UltraSport and Tom’s Catering will be in the car park field.

AddressParking near the centre of Cranleigh, GU6 8JL
Latitude/longitude51.1383, -0.4913
OS grid referenceTQ056387
MapsGoogle Maps, OpenStreetMap

Courses, Terrain and Map

The map is 1:10,000 scale as for British Championships 2013 and updated in 2015. Winterfold is a mix of gentle and steep slopes, with many reentrants, gullies and paths. There are also sections of detailed broken ground and runnability is generally good. It offers a complete physical and technical challenge requiring both route choice and fine navigation skills.

The OK Nuts Trophy is in memory of Mike Wells Cole, former British Champion and a member of Nutfielders OK who died in 1976, and will be awarded to the Black course winner. The Heather Monro Trophy is awarded to the first woman on Short Brown and the Margaret Loveless Trophy to best Junior. Commemorative coasters will be awarded to the winners of senior Long and junior A courses. It is hoped to provide a String course close to the bus drop-off/start for the competition courses.

Course Distance Class Eligibility for Prizes
Black 11.1 M21
Brown 8.9 M35 M40
Short Brown 8.1 M18 M20 M21S M45 M50 W21
Blue 6.2 M16 M35S M40S M55 M60 W35 W40
Short Blue 5.5 M20S M45S M50S M65 W18 W20 W21S W45 W50
Green 4.6 M55S M60S M70 W16 W35S W40S W55 W60
Short Green 3.1 M65S M75 M80 M85 M90 W18S W20S W45S W50S W65 W70
Very Short Green 2.9 M70S M75S M80S M85S W55S W60S W65S W70S W75 W80 W85 W90
Light Green 3.1 M14 M16B W14 W16B
Orange 3.4 M12 M14B W12 W14B
Yellow 2.4 M10 M12B W10 W12B
White 1.7 M10B W10B
ARMY Brown 8.8
ARMY Blue 6.0
ARMY Light Green 3.6
ARMY Orange 5.5

Distances will be available nearer the competition date.

RegistrationBetween 0845 and 1130
Start TimesBetween 1000 and 1230

Entries and Fees

  • Civilian entries are available now, only at Fabian4.
  • Military entries should be made via the respective unit.
  • Any questions can be sent to .

    Online before 23:59 on 15 November EOD*
    BOF Members – Seniors £12 £14
    BOF Members – Juniors / Students £5 £7
    Non-BOF Members – Seniors £14 £16
    Non-BOF Members – Juniors / Students £7 £9
    White, Yellow and Orange £5 £5

    * EOD will be subject to map availability.

    SportIdent hire will be £1 for seniors; there will be no charge for students or juniors. Lost SI cards are charged at £30.


    • Planner: Mike Murray (SLOW)
    • Controller: Keith Tonkin (GO)
    • Organisers: Teresa and Charlie Turner (SLOW),

    Entry conditions

    The personal data you give will be stored on computer and 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. Submission of an entry for the event will confirm your acceptance of this procedure.

    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 then you are not covered by our public liability insurance.

    Orienteering is an adventure sport and your safety while orienteering is your own responsibility. Parents are responsible for their children and advice is available on request about what courses may be suitable for their children. All competitors take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety.

    Check the SLOW web site prior to travelling in case of any last minute changes. In the event of cancellation, we may retain all or part of the entry fee to cover costs already incurred.