Woking Park (Race 1)
SN Double Sprint
Sat 31 August, 2019Near: Level of event: Local
Type of event: Race
Type of event: Race
Race 1 ... 2.1km (optimum route 3.3km)
Race 2 ...2.4km
Entry fee covers both event ... Yes two events for a ridiculously low price (same price for one event)
SN Adults £4
Guest Adults £6
Email email@example.com to reserve a place, Give name, age group, SI number (and club if not SN) start preference (see below) and if you need a hired dibber) Entries limited to 60. SN have priority until 24th August
Payment on the day.
Race 1 - Woking Park ... starts 12:00-13:00 Courses close 14:00
Race 2 - Gordon's School ... starts 17:30-18:30 Courses close at 19:30
Woking park - fast fun parkland ... Gordon's school is a collection of school buildings providing quick decision oing.
No dogs in the school please
If you are interested in doing a park run, please avoid Woking Park !!! There are plenty of others including Rushmoor, Frimley Lodge Park, Bracknell, etc etc
Please find a loo before you arrive at Woking … there are loos and a café but right in the middle of the area so please only use both after you have had your run 😊
The car park for Woking Park is at the far end under the multi-storey 5-aside pitches, behind the sports centre. Follow signs towards overflow car park https://www.google.com/maps/dir//51.3102657,-firstname.lastname@example.org,-0.5550962,559m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!4m1!3e0 … parking allows for 3 hours free with some small charges after this please, pay if you are staying longer …
At registration there is a honesty box and a checklist – please just pay and cross off your name if neither Pete or I are there – and if you need a dibber just take one and write the number down by the side of your name.
We will be using SIAC touch free for those of you who have it with a punching start and finish – if you don’t have SIAC enabled please make sure you punch at each control site.
We will close the courses on time – since we need to move between events so please don’t be late 😊
Woking Park is fast open grassland – shorts and trainers are ideal
Race 2 is at Gordons School in the car park north of the A319 https://www.google.com/maps/dir/51.3442688,-email@example.com,-0.6455636,181m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!4m1!3e0
Some notes from Pete include …
Bagshot Rd, West End, Woking GU24 9PU
The car park is ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE ROAD TO THE SCHOOL (north side of A319 Bagshot Road)
Start/finish adjacent to car park.
Descriptions: X=seat O=post
Courses close 19:30 sharp.
We have about 10 places left over if you hear of anyone who still wants to come 😊
Planner (race 1)/Organiser (race 2): Steve Mckinley
Planner (race 2)/Organiser (race 1): Pete Jones
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