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Goldsworth Park

Winter Street-O

Wed 27 November, 2019

Near: Woking
Level of event: Activity

Type of event: Score, Urban, Night

Pre Event Info

SN Evening Urban Series Info

Evening urban Activity

Street event. U-16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Bring a pencil, a watch/timing device, and a headlamp or torch for winter events

Directions / Parking

Goldsworth Park Recreation ground car park, Wishbone Way, GU21 3RT. Parking is free. It's about 3km from Woking Station; bus number 91 according to Google. Look for a blue Honda Jazz.

Course Information

45 minute score

Under 16s must be accompanied due to road crossings, as a condition of cover by British Orienteering insurance. Please be careful crossing and running along roads, the area is a large development with many dead ends and many houses, so there will be lots of parked cars and plenty driving around too. The biggest road crossed is Wishbone way, which is just into the estate and is a 30mph limit. Control sites are mainly lamp post numbers, with a few other features with multiple choice answers.

Entry Details

Free to club members

Registration & Start Times

Starts are from 5.45pm to 7.15pm.


head torch - some of the control sites are in the park

map bag in case it rains and I have paper maps

Pen / pencil to complete the answer sheet

Normal road trainers are fine, it's mostly on tarmac, although the park is a bit muddy in places.

Contacts / Officials

Organiser: Nick Cooper

Important Event Information

Safety and Risk:
A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser. Competitors are responsible for their own personal safety and for assessing their own abilities to complete the course. Neither Southern Navigators, the landowner or British Orienteering can be held liable for any accident or other incident arising while undertaking the event. Participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event - including clothing appropriate for the conditions, and if required, a means of summoning assistance (e.g. phone or whistle).

After forest orienteering, please check thoroughly for ticks and remove immediately if you find them. Lyme Disease is on the increase in the South East!

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