|Description||45 minutes Score Event. Duke of Cumberland, High Street, North Ferriby, HU14 3JP|
Food is served till 9:00pm and Wednesday is Curry Night.
Start times from 6:00 till 7:00. £3 entry fee
There will be 30 controls and you have to collect as many as you can. 28 of the controls are on lampposts. On each of these lampposts you will find its number. Jot down the number onto your Answer Sheet.If there is no number on the lamppost then jot down "0" as your answer.
There are 2 controls that are "Off Road" and these are on benches. You have to jot down to whom the bench is dedicated (29) or when the Bench was put there (30) to on your Answer Sheet. If you are planning to "Go Offroad" you will need to have a torch with you and wear suitable footwear as the unmade paths are wet and muddy.
When you finish you will need to dib at the Finish so we have a record of who is out and what time you took. Also, you will need to hand your answer sheet to the me.
The 28 lampposts on the map have been marked with a red dot at the centre of each Control Circle to help you determine the side of the road to look. Similarly the two benches have been marked with a red cross.
Don't forget : Entry fee, Pencil/Waterproof Pen, Hi Viz, Waterproof top if raining, Torch, suitable footwear and Under 16s must be accompanied
Note about the map- the basemap was showing a multitude of hedges (many of which were not correct) and they have been removed from most of the map. In this process contour lines have been disrupted. The land slopes gently upwards towards the north.
|Report||Many thanks to Paul for volunteering to plan this inaugural event.|
It is many years since we have held such an event and I am sure you will agree it was successful and we all look forward to the other events in Brough, Kirk Ella and Market Weighton.
The format is such that the majority of the planning can be done from the armchair and that the controls do not have to be put out before the event and obviously there is no collecting in to do afterwards (both of which can be laborious) and we are not as reliant on our computer team.
One suggestion was that there could be a chalk marking on each lamppost to signify that it is the correct one;this is certainly worthy of consideration - so may be put into practice at some stage when the planner has time to mark them up beforehand.
Thanks to all for supporting the event and hope to see as many as possible in 2 weeks.
Some good performances on the night notably from Leon and Megan.
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