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Orienteering Club

Countryside Score 2 - Higher Poynton

The Boars Head, 2 Shrigley Road N, Poynton SK12 1TE

Rural score event using public rights of way on an enlarged OS map extract, suitable for newcomers and experienced navigators alike.

Wed 14th Jun 2017

Type of event: Local-(D), Score
Info updated: 16th Jun

Results

Event Report

Thanks to all for a great turnout last night, it's not often that you see a bar/pub filled with almost exclusively runners, eating and comparing notes on where they went.

The results as posted are provisional as there were quite a number of answers that need checking to decide if people were in the right location (we do try to be lenient on these). It should be a couple of days before checking is complete.

There were a couple of clues where the number ON discs on telegraph poles was the question. Some gave the answer as the number OF discs.

Pre Event Info

Venue: The Boars Head, 2 Shrigley Road, Poynton SK12 1TE

Parking may be tight as we have a lot of pre-entries. The pub does have a car park but they also have other customers so please let's not take all their spaces. The BEST place to park is the Nelson Pit car park, just across the road which has a lower level and a larger upper level next to the canal. There is some parking on Anson Road, the side road next to the pub.

The road along Norbury Hollow between the A6 and Middlewood is CLOSED, this may affect your route to the pub. The best alternative is to go through Poynton and marvel at the wonderful shared space traffic scheme!

Rural score event using public rights of way on an enlarged OS map extract.
60 or 90 minute score event.
Bring a pen/pencil and your watch.

If you are planning to run please email Dave McCann on  to reserve a map.

Location

Nearest town: Poynton

Registration & Start Times

Registration from 18:30. Mass start 19:15

Entry Details

Fees: Senior £3, Junior/student £1.50
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Facilities

Pub meals available.

Dogs allowed?

Dogs on leads at all times. Farming country.

Contacts / Officials

Co-ordinator: Dave McCann 0161 483 2061 

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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