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Orienteering Club

Spunch 5 - Dunham Massey

Fifth of a series of 7 Countryside Score events using Satellite (GPS) S-punching staged on weekends over the period Oct 22 to April 23.

(More details about the whole Spunch 22/23 event series can be found here.)

Sun 19th Feb 2023

Type of event: Local, Score
Info updated: 19th Feb


Pre Event Info

  • "Rolling start" countryside score using S-punching on the MapRun smartphone or Garmin app
  • 60 minute or 90 minute course options
  • c.40 checkpoints scattered over an area of around 6-9sq km through woodland and interesting mixed countryside, using paths, tracks and open access areas.  Plentiful route choice options.  Hilly but not mountainous!
  • One of a series of 6 Spunch events over the winter months.  More details of the series here
  • Can be done solo, in a pair or small group.  Under 16s must be accompanied by parent or guardian.
  • Results available on line immediately following the event (subject to data signal).

Please pre-enter using (when available)

Venue: Dunham Massey Village Hall, 2 School Lane, Dunham Massey WA14 4SE

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Registration, start, finish, car parking, toilets and refreshments are all at the hall.

The event can be done solo, in a pair, or as a small family / friends group. Under 16’s go free. 


Nearest town: Dunham Massey

Registration & Start Times

There will be a rolling start - start when you are ready anytime between 10.30 and 11.00am. 

Pre-start registration open from 9.50am to 10.50am (please don't arrive at the last minute!)

Entry Details

Visit to reserve your map (when available).

Payment on the day by cash (preferred) or card. 

Fees: Senior £4, Junior/student £2. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Very limited entry on day.  Map can not be guaranteed for EOD.


Unlimited hot drinks available in the hall after your run for £1 per person.

Contacts / Officials

Enquiries to: Andy Thornton 

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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