Killerton (National Trust)
Colour Coded Event
Sun 25 Jul 2021
Info updated: 01st Feb
Type of event: Local
Type of terrain: Parkland
Results are here: Results Killerton 25.7.21
Route Gadget is available: www.devonoc.routegadget
Three photographs plus initial reports below.
Reports to follow. Many thanks to The National Trust for their kind permission to use the area for the event; car parking at the cricket ground worked really well.
The third photograph includes Robin Carter, on the right (Planner), James Jackson in the middle (Risk Assessor) and Rob Kohler. Peter Grierson is in the background (Organiser). Thanks to all of the officials and volunteers involved in putting on today's event and thanks also to John Pearce for his work updating the map.
Pre Event Information
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This is a colour coded event with 7 courses ranging from Yellow 1.8km, non-technical, reasonably straightforward navigation to Brown 7.7km technical.
Please pre-enter via: http://www.racesignup.co.uk
Courses are mostly in open parkland, making for fast running. The map has recently been updated by John Pearce. (The map shown here is an older version.)
Nearest town: Exeter
- Grid Ref: 2976941000
- Postcode: EX5 3LE
- Latitude: 50.79082
- Longitude: -3.45256
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Directions / Parking
Parking is at the Killerton Cricket Ground, 300m ahead of the main entrance, at EX5 3LE
What3Words for parking is wakes.scrubbing.seaside
PRE ENTRY ONLY
Seniors £7, Family group £7, Junior £3
Entry via: racesignup
Safety and 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 you wish to report any safeguarding concerns to our national governing organisation, British Orienteering, please email .
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