Event 3: Lady Dixon Park
|Date||Wed 18th May|| ||Online entries closed at midnight Mon 16th May|
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|Organiser||Cara Lavery & Susan Lambe (e-mail)|
|Planner||Trevor Wilson |
A great run had by all on a lovely sunny evening in Lady D - results now available - lost shoes are not! Thanks for turning up and next Wednesday we are in Stormont.
InstructionsOnce again the WEE Series is back in the beautiful Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park on the Upper Malone Road in Belfast. This is the first of two events in this scenic park for the 2016 WEE Series and promises to be a fun course. It is advisable to wear leg cover, and appropriate footwear, as there may be some steep grassy banks on the course. We do ask that participants please stay out of the flower beds (especially the rose beds) during their run. Please also take care around the river bank and open water pond in the park (especially those running with small children).
As always there will be two courses a (Long) and a (Short). The Long course will be 3.9 km with 125 m climb and the Short course will be 2.0 km with 45 m climb. Registration will be in the MOO (the white chip van!)from 6.30pm onwards. Starts are from 6.45pm to 7.45pm with the course closing at 8.30pm.
Those entering online will be able to avail of the priority lane for their starts. If you have pre-entered, and have your own dibber, please go straight to the starts. If you have pre-entered, and don't have a dibber, you can pick it up from the MOO.
Please let the organiser know if you are planning to bring a group so that extra maps can be printed
Those new to orienteering, or who would like to try it, are more than welcome. There will be plenty of help around to get you started. If you could just come to the MOO first to get registered, and let us know you are new, and we will get you some help.
Hope you enjoy the event and don't forget to check out the WEE Facebook page for more info on the 2016 WEE series.
DirectionsWe will be using the Upper Car Park which is off the Upper Malone Road beyond the turning onto Upper Dunmurry Lane if driving from Belfast.
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|Event details last updated on 18th May at 21:50|