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Evening Event 7 at Norfolk Park

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Wed 7th Sep 2011 Start Times 18:30


Results – Norfolk Park Evening Sprint Event 7th September 2011

Thanks to the 14 hardy souls who attended and braved the heavy showers.

Richard and Peter Guillaume

 

Long

1

A. Bradbury

M20

21.06

2

R. Parkin

M40

21.19

3

S. Bradbury

M18

21.33

4

P Bradbury

M50

28.31

5

K Randall

M21

29.54

6

P. Gorvett

M50

30.10

7

C. Best

M60

32.57

8

P. Tryner

W35

33.45

9

J Franklin

M60

38.34

 

Middle 

1

A. Kilcoyne

W20

16.49

2

N. Craven

M14

18.56

3

D. Parkin 

M75  

22.45

4

A. Cook

M21

26.24

 

Short

1

D. Craven

M8

35.09

Venue Details

Norfolk Heritage Park is a 28 hectare park with a long history, as it is one of the oldest public parks in the country.  From 1999 to 2005 the park has been regenerated through a £3.6 million restoration project.  New visitor facilities have been constructed, including the Centre in the Park, a multi-purpose community building.  The park landscape has been restored to its original Victorian character.

From an orienteering perspective its interest is largely in the woodlands that cover about 25% of the park and the urban surrounds which are currently undergoing re-development.  There is a permanent course, maps can be downloaded from the Friends of Norfolk Park website.

Mapping History:
2009 Ray Waight
2010 Chris Smithard (ShUOC) at 1:5000. 
2017 Pete Tryner for the the Outdoor City Weekender event with the urban area surrounding the park and All Saints school and Sheffield College (Scale 1:5000 2.5m contours)

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