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West Anglian Orienteering Club

Park-OLammas LandSat 24 April, 2021

Near: Cambridge
Level of event: Local
Type of event: Race



It was a glorious day at Lammas Land today for Richard's first event as planner today. His courses were challenging (especially the Long). We hope you enjoyed yourselves and we look forward to seeing you at our next Park-O events.

Found: Missing sunglasses, please contact or, better yet, enter our Cherry Hinton event and collect them there.

Pre Event Info

Location Info

* Postcodes are not very precise in some areas, so don't rely on them for an exact location.

We are looking forward to this event going ahead as planned, in line with Government regulations and British Orienteering guidelines concerning Covid19.

We will not be able to accept entries on the day - please see below for details on how to pre-register for this event. (Registration will open on 24th March, 1 month before the event).

Park-O Series Info

Our Park-O events are an easy way for juniors and adults to try orienteering. Based in parks around Cambridge, each Park-O takes place on a Saturday afternoon 1pm-3pm once a month during the school year.

What happens at Park-O? Click here to find out

Park-O How-to Guide

Read more about this series

Directions / Parking

Registration / Start and Finish will all be a short walk from the paddling pool.

There is a small car park at Lammas Land. Please note that this is no longer free, so if you park there, don't forget to pay.  There is metered parking on Newnham Road, adjacent to Lammas Land.  There is some free parking available on Barton Road, a short walk from Lammas Land.

Course Information

Courses available

Short     ~ 1km Very easy 

Medium ~ 2km Easy 

Long      ~ 3km Medium

Please maintain social distancing throughout the event, moving away from controls as soon as you have dibbed and waiting for others to move away from the controls before you dib.

Entry Details

For entry fees, See Park-O page.

You must pre-register to take part in this event, which you need to do at WAOC entries at Entries will open a few weeks before the event.

You will be allocated a hire dibber, if you do not have one, and you may choose your preferred start block time. No payment is required until you turn up for the event.

We cannot accept entries on the day due to the need to comply with coronavirus distancing guidelines and British Orienteering policy.

If you haven't been before, please read the information on our Park-O page so that you know what to do - we will have officials around to help if needed.

Registration and Start Times

We cannot accept entries on the day. You must pre-register on-line to book a start slot between 1pm and 3pm.

You will need to allow enough time before your start time to collect your dibber and pay, and get ready- probably about 20 minutes before you start.

Starts will operate between 1pm and 3pm but please only come to the start in your 15 minute window.

Please note that courses close at 3:30pm. If you wish to do the long course, you need to start by 2:30pm, unless you have sufficient experience that you will be able to finish before 3:30pm

Terrain and map details

Maps will be A4 sized, printed on waterproof paper.

There are public toilets situated near the paddling pool.

More about Park-O

Our Park-O events are an easy way for juniors and adults to try orienteering. Based in parks around Cambridge, each Park-O takes place on a Saturday afternoon 1pm-3pm once a month during the school year. It’s a great way to enjoy the local parks and our friendly volunteers will help you choose the course right for you and get you started. Read more at


People should NOT attend any this or any orienteering event:

  • If they are unwell with a cough, fever or other respiratory symptoms.
  • If they have been in close contact with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 until they have completed the prescribed quarantine period, even if they are completely symptom free.
  • If they have returned from any overseas country until they have completed the self-quarantine period for 14 days, even if they are symptom free.
  • If they are undergoing COVID-19 testing, until they have received negative results and are symptom free.
  • If they have been advised to stay at home by a health professional.

If you have been asked to isolate by NHS Test and Trace because you are a contact of a known COVID-19 case, do not exercise outside your own home or garden and do not exercise with others. We also advise competitors who fit within the higher at-risk groups to take particular care and/or make decisions on attendance with due consideration to the risks associated with COVID-19.