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Event Details

Saturday 29 June 2019 Darley Park

Event Area: Darley Park
Level: D (Local)
Event Type: Cross Country
Event Style: Classic
Planner: Ben Crane
Organiser: Sal Chaffey – Contact: sal.chaffey@gmail.com
Grid Ref.: SK353384 view in Streetmap (opens in new window)
Postcode: DE22 1EJ
Nearest Town: Derby
String Course: No string course available
Closed Event?: No
Night Event?: No
Parking: Free parking at the Darley Street car park at the north end of the park. Additional parking off Darley Park Drive, accessed from the A6 at Broadway roundabout.
Toilets: At Darley Park Tea Rooms, 150m from Registration.
Notes: Registration will be next to the Start, about 100m south of the car park. Look for the DVO feather banner and a pop-up tent. Just ask if you would like some help to get you started with the map reading.

Course lengths
Short/easy 1.5km
Medium/easy 2.4km
Long/moderate 4.5km

Adults and family groups taking part together, £5. Students and children going round alone or shadowed by an adult £3. Try a second course for just 50p, but please come early if you would like to do this as courses close at 4pm.

Details: Flier/Final Details (when available)
Courses: Short; Medium; Long;
Si: tbc
Fees: Seniors £5.00 and Juniors £3.00
Registration Times: 13:00 – 15:00
Start Times: 13:00 – 15:00
Courses Close: 16:00
Meeting Times: N/A
Dogs: On lead only
Beginners: Beginners are welcome. Please arrive early so that you can get advice from an experienced orienteer.
Groups: If you intend to come to our event as part of a large group, eg Youth group, Scouts, Cubs, Athletic or running club, it would be helpful to let the Organiser know in advance. This ensures we can have enough maps available for you and avoid disappointment.