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The Kelham Island street orienteering race at The Fat Cat

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Thu 12th Mar 2015 Start Times 19:00

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When:             Start from 6.45 to 7.30pm.

Where:            Fat Cat Pub, Alma Street, Sheffield S3 8SA

What:               Night Urban Orienteering around Sheffield centre

Courses:          Long 6.2km, Medium  3.9km, Short 2.15km

Parking on streets nearby.

Full SI kit so bring a dibber or hire on the day (£1)

Bring a Headlight – you’ll need it!

Entries – Adults £4, Students £3.  Note the courses are not suitable for juniors unless accompanied by an adult.

Pub Social afterwards – lots of Real Ale with Meat Chilli or Veg Curry with Rice and Wedges - £6 per head for food.

Entries: Email.  It will be really helpful to Tim Tett if you could enter by Wednesday 4th March but he will accept entries up unitl Sunday 7th March. Please indicate your choice of course and, if you're staying for food, your meal choice. If you intend to go, please don't delay - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

You must pre-enter to guarantee maps and Food. If you order food you have to pay even if you don’t turn up!

Venue Details

23 Alma Street, S3 8SA

A fine pub with a great range of beer is a good starting point for an urban event which can range up to Walkley, down to the canal or into the City Centre.

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