Kelham Island Urban Orienteering at The Fat Cat
Tue 14th Mar 2017 Start Times 19:00
Results are up for the race on the link above. Routegadget is also available so pop your route on and we can see where everyone went! That was the last in the Urban Nights series, thanks to Tim Tett for organising another great series.
SYO's March evening event & social is also the last of Tim Tett's Urban Night Races. It is a standard night urban orienteering race, followed by beer and pub food at the Fat Cat, Kelham Island.
There will be Long, Medium and Short courses. The Long course is about 6.5km with an expected winning time of 40 mins, Med 4km and Short 2km. Entry cost is £5 (£4 members) or £3 for juniors & students. Juniors are welcome but under 16s must be shadowed by an adult due to road crossings. Start, finish and registration all at the Fat Cat. Starts from 18.45 to 19.30, courses close 20.30.
There will be a social afterwards in the Fat Cat. Food will be a choice of meat chilli, veg curry, rice and wedges and will cost £6 - you also need to pre-order food from Tim indicating choice of meat or veggie. The usual selection of choice real ale will be available.
Parking is in the small car park at the back of the pub (here) or on surrounding local roads if full. The address for sat navs is 23 Alma Street, S3 8SA.
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.More details about The Fat Cat...
Safety & risk
A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. If a competitor has a pre-existing medical condition that they think should be declared, please complete a medical form at enquiries. The sealed envelope will only be opened in an emergency.
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