Local Night event at Treeton Woods
Tue 6th Apr 2021
What a great night event! After the snow showers during the day the skies cleared and we were treated to a beautiful sunset from the start area whilst waiting for it to get dark enough. Thank you to Matthew Pickering for planning and organising and to Joe, Pippa and Dom for helping collect controls.
Results are on the link above.
Will you be one of the select few enjoying a night score race around Treeton?
How to enter
Entries via the SYO entries site. Strict entry limit of 30 (permissions), so better be quick! Offers of help gratefully recieved, use code NIGHT-OWL to receive a free run. No entry on the day. British Orienteerng and SYO members only.
To complete your entry you will need to agree to "abide by the Participant Code of Conduct". This can be found here.
Rother Crescent. Map link, here. Please park considerately.
Starts 8.15pm to 8.45pm. You should select your start block when you enter. Please stick to your start block. Courses close 9.30pm promptly.
Courses & Scoring
The aim in a score event is to find as many controls as you can in the time allowed.
45min score - 25 controls, 500 points available, controls worth 10-30 points
Penalty of 1 point per 6 seconds late.
1:7500 A4 - Updated 2018/2021 Lucy Wiegand/Ian Cooper/Matthew Pickering
Two areas of mostly sloping woodland linked by 100m of path combined with a largely open contoured area on the other side of Treeton Dyke lake.
£5 British Orienteering / SYO members
£3 juniors & students.
Dibber hire free but must be ordered in advance.
Help very much apprecated. Enter using code Night-Owl to get a free entry.
No results displayed at the event. They should be on-line shortly afterwards.
COVID Guidance for competitors & volunteers
Some key points from the code of conduct:
- You must not take part in any form of orienteering if you or any member of your household have had recent Covid-19 symptoms.
- Minimise contact with people from outside your household before, during and after your run. Practise social distancing at all times, including before and after your run as well as when you are out on your course. Take particular care to keep the required distance from other people in the vicinity of the Start, at download and when passing other competitors or members of the public on narrow paths, going through gates, etc.
- Do not congregate in groups greater than 6 at the event.
- Sanitise your hands before and after your run.
- Do not touch the controls. If using a SIAC dibber hover your hand above the SI unit. If dibbing, just place the dibber in the hole, without touching the box.
- Please be super courteous to any members of the public that you come across before, during or after the event.
Two areas of mostly runnable sloping woodland linked by 100m of path. A good contrast is provided by a largely open gently contoured area on the other side of Treeton Dyke lake that was added to the map in 2008 by Tim Tett.More details about Treeton Woods...
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.
SYO has an agreed policy on the taking of photographs at events, based on national guidance. This provides a sensible balance between the benefits and risks associated with the taking and use of images. If you are unsure about acceptable practice, please speak to the event organiser. Read our photography policy.