The seventh in our series of informal orienteering events suitable for beginners, more experienced orienteers and runners.
If you haven’t tried orienteering before, someone will be available to explain the basics and point you in the right direction.
Entry is on the day so no need to pre-enter. No special equipment is needed - just wear whatever you would for a walk or run in the park.
Controls are mini-kites with pin punches. The Map is A4 and map scale is 1:10,000 for Run and Trot, 1:5,000 for Amble. We will be using electronic timing to determine your run time but you must still use pin punches to record visits to controls.
Because of the nature of the area, only the Amble course is suitable for unaccompanied juniors under 16. Ambitious younger competitors who finish the Amble early may want to re-run it in reverse (for no extra charge).
Suitable for novices, whatever their level of fitness. Does not cross any roads (except by underpasses/bridges).
Today's course has both park and urban elements. Suitable for adult improvers and experienced orienteers who want a medium-length run. This course is not suitable for competitors under 16 unless accompanied by an adult.
A longer course that is an extensive tour of the area, only suitable for fit and reasonably experienced orienteers. This course is not suitable for competitors under 16 unless accompanied by an adult.
Starts from 10.00 to 12.00 for Amble and Trot, 10:00 to 11:30 for Run.
Courses close 13:00.
Members of orienteering clubs - £3
Other individuals, couples and families - £5
Groups with more than two adults - £10
Extra maps - £2
At Campbell Park cricket pavilion, postcode MK9 4AD.
Well-behaved dogs are permitted. Please keep them on a lead.
The popular Keyne-O Collector Cards are again available this year. Each Keyne-O run earns you a sticker. Collect stickers to earn badges and other prizes.
If you have a medical condition that you would like our first aid team to know about in an emergency, please download and print the British Orienteering medical form. Fill this in and place it in a named, sealed envelope marked ‘medical form’, and hand it to registration before your run. Any envelopes not collected by their owners after the event will be destroyed.
Organiser: Ros James
Planner: Debbie Charlton
As always our events can't take place without our volunteers. The first 6 signed up SMOC helpers will get free entry so email the organiser now to secure your free run.
If you are new to orienteering and wish to join SMOC you can join online via the BOF website here.