A regional urban orienteering event, part of the celebrations of Welwyn Garden City’s centenary.
|TERRAIN||An early example of planned urban terrain that deliberately diverges from a grid pattern. A mixture of residential, commercial, municipal, industrial and office zones.|
|PARKING||Campus West Car Park|
|PUBLIC TRANSPORT||Welwyn Garden City station has a good service from London|
|COURSES||Standard UKUL courses. Juniors under 16 on the day of the event may only enter courses 6 and 7.|
|PUNCHING||SIAC touch-free electronic punching will be enabled. SI ‘dibbers’ may also be used. All entrants must punch the start and the safety control after the finish.|
|MAP||Newly drawn for this event by Simon Errington.|
|SAFETY||Orienteering is an adventure sport. You take part at your own risk and are responsible for your own safety. A full risk assessment will have been carried out.|
|RESULTS||There will be a local WiFi network near download accessible from any smart-phone or tablet providing the following:
Go to network hhresults. There is no password.
All of whom live in WGC, most of them on the map!
The small print
Event registered with British Orienteering, no 76515.
Orienteering is a great sport for youngsters. If you bring children or at-risk adults, please help us to keep to British Orienteering’s safeguarding policy. Anyone taking photos or videos of people other than their immediate family should be aware of sections 5 and 6 of that policy and contact the event organiser.
If you enjoyed this event and you’re not yet a member, why not join the club and British Orienteering? There are plenty of good reasons for joining.