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Orienteering Club

British Schools Score Championships 2019 - Heaton Park

This is a Schools competition where participants score points by visiting as many controls as possible in any order within a pre-specified time limit.  Points are deducted if the time limit is exceeded. Schools do not have to be members of the British Schools Orienteering Association (BSOA) to enter.

Sat 12th Oct 2019

Type of event: National, Score, Schools
Type of terrain: Parkland
Info updated: 13th Oct


Pre Event Info

Location: Heaton Park, St Margaret’s Road, off Bury Old Road, Manchester M25 2GT

Entries are now closed.

Further details on the BSOA website and in the Final Details below:


Nearest town: Heaton Park, Manchester

Directions / Parking

Heaton Park is south-west of J18 of the M60 Manchester Outer Ring Road, where the east and west sections of the M60 divide and meet the M66 to Bury and the M62 to Leeds. Please approach from J19 of the M60 East and follow the brown signs for Heaton Park & Hall, ignoring the park entrance gates on the A576 Middleton Road and A6044 Sheepfoot Lane. There will be orienteering signs from the traffic lights at the junction between Sheepfoot Lane and the A665 Bury Old Road. To access the Hall Car Park, all competitors must enter via the St Margaret’s Road entrance (Gate 15). Once you have entered the park, continue along the drive for 700m, passing the Reservoir car park, to the Hall Car Park.

Contacts / Officials

Organiser Marie Roberts – Manchester & District Orienteering Club

Planner David McCann – Manchester & District Orienteering Club

Controller Henry Morgan – Potteries Orienteering Club and BSOA

Event Safety Officer Melanie Elkington – Octavian Droobers and BSOA

Enquiries to

Safety and Risk

A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event.

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