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West Anglian Orienteering Club

ParkOWandlebury Country ParkSat 10 November, 2018

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

Results

Report

We hope you enjoyed your runs at Wandlebury today. We were delighted to see so many of you, with nearly 100 finishers in the results. We can thank the excellent weather in the early part of the afternoon for such a good turnout, but the weather was not kind to us at the end of the afternoon. We thank you for bearing with us as the entry slips turned to paper mache whilst we were still trying to type in entry details at the end. If you spot any errors in the results please tell us (email publicity @ waoc.org.uk) and we will try to put it right.

We hope we will see you again at our next events. The next ParkO is at Impington Village College on 12th January, but there is a full-blown event at Rowney Warren on 25th November. This will feature courses similar to the three on offer at Wandlebury as well as a range of more technically difficult courses for the more experienced.


Pre Event Info

Location Info

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

The third of our Park-O events, this time at Wandlebury Country Park.

Click here for Flyer.

ParkO Series Info

A series of monthly orienteering events during the school year, set in parks around Cambridge. Aimed at juniors and inexperienced adults.

If you are intending to bring a group (such as a school group or guide/scout group) please tell us in advance, by sending a group entry form to:

entries @ waoc.org.uk

This will help make sure we have enough maps for everyone on the day.

Directions / Parking

Wandlebury is located on the Gog Magog Hills just south of Cambridge and is signposted off the A1307. Postcode CB22 3AE.

The park is 2 miles south of Addenbrooke’s Hospital roundabout on A1307 between Cambridge and Haverhill. There is a cycle path alongside the A1307 to the park.

Wandlebury is well-served by Stagecoach Citiplus X13 and X13a bus service between Cambridge and Haverhill. There are stops close to the park entrance.

Entry to the park is FREE but car parking charges apply (£3 for any length of visit; members and disabled drivers park free). The car parking machine only accepts coins.

Cycling is not allowed in the park (except young children) but cycle parking is available at the car park.

Course Information

Short     ~ 1km Very easy

Medium ~ 2km Easy

Long      ~ 3km Medium

Entry Details

Children / Students £2

Adults £4

Registration and Start Times

Registration and starts between 1pm and 3pm

Terrain and map details

The map will be printed at a scale of 1:5,000

Dog restrictions

Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads at all times. Dog bins are provided.