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Night Street League 3 - Reddish

Event #3 of the Night Street League Series 2017-18

Thu 30th Nov 2017

Type of event: Local-(D), Night, Street
Type of terrain: Urban
Info updated: 19th Nov

Pre Event Info

Venue: The Fir Tree, 257 Gorton Road, Reddish SK5 6LL

Register 6.00 to 7.00pm. Starts 6.30 to 7.30pm. Fee £3/£1.50.

Score event with 40 minute, 60 minute or 75 minute time limit. Under 16s MUST be accompanied by an adult. 16 and 17 year olds can compete alone but ONLY with written consent from parent/guardian. Lights essential (+ back-up). High-visibility clothing compulsory.

Further information on the format and event schedule, including tips for beginners, can be found on the Night Street League Series 2016-17 page.

Additional information from the organiser

The Fir Tree is at the traffic light controlled junction of Longford Road and Gorton Road. The pub car park has around 30 spaces and is pay and display until 18:00 - £1 for 3 hours, £3 all day, Free after 18:00. Gorton Road has yellow lines but most of the surrounding streets do not. Some are quite narrow. A good choice is Naseby Road off Longford Road West.

Reserving a map and food

This is the pub menu ... Fir Tree Menu

The landlord has asked us to give some indication of the number of meals and the likely choices, so ...

if you are going to eat please let Grahame know and indicate your choice from the menu. We're not sure how flexible this arrangement will be, but you MAY be able to choose an alternative on the night.

As usual, we are unsure of the numbers of runners who will come along, so if you are interested in attending please email Grahame Crawshaw  by 6pm on Saturday 25th November, indicating the number of maps required and your food requirements.


Nearest town: Reddish, Stockport

Contacts / Officials

Series Co-ordinator: Grahame Crawshaw (0145 786 6264; mob 0758 720 6420)

Enquiries to 

Safety and Risk

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