Street-O evening score – Kings Langley
One of our weekly series of informal Street-O events around Hertfordshire on Tuesday evenings. Newcomers very welcome.
- Wearing high visibility clothing is advised especially at the start and end of the Street-O season.
- You should not come if you have symptoms of COVID-19.
- While at the event you should be courteous to members of the public.
For more details about our Street-O programme, click here…
|Format||45 minute Score event – visit as many controls as you can in 45 minutes. You can walk, run or jog.
Bring a smartphone or GPS watch if you have one, and pre-load the MapRun course:
Download in advance; the PIN to unlock it will be provided at start.
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|Timings||Start between 19:00 and 19:20|
|Participants||Everyone from 16+ who fancies an evening run with a difference. You can walk and jog too! The events will involve crossing busy roads so will in general NOT be suitable for under 16s unless accompanied by an adult.|
|Registration||You are advised to pre-register to ensure a map is available at https://hh.mapreservation.org.uk/
Limited entry on the day, subject to map availability.
Registration closes at midday before the event. We will charge per registrant but you may cancel your entry up to registration close.
|Entry Fees & Payment||£2 for HH members, £3 for everyone else (including other BOF members). Payment by bank transfer to HH – in advance of the event or immediately after!
Participants can pay for multiple events/family members with one payment (any credit left at the end of the series will be refunded).
Account name: Hertfordshire Orienteering Club
Sort Code: 09-01-51
Account number: 27469400
Account Type: Business
Reference: “<name (at least surname)> StreetO”.
Please email confirmation to firstname.lastname@example.org to make matching names to registrations easier. If you end up running before paying you will need to reimburse the club within 48 hours.
|Maps||Waterproof maps will be provided on the night.|
|Planner and Organiser:||Nicola Trotman|