East Hill and Core Copse
Sun 09th Jun 2013
Info updated: 12th Sep
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Pre Event Information
We would like to start by saying Thank You – to Roger Green for working wonders with the preparation of the maps from our amateur attempts with OCAD. To Peter Grierson and his family who Organised the event so well, and found time to produce cakes and ice cream to supplement packed lunches. To Adrian Taylor for his support and help in preventing us making too many errors. To all the people that helped on the day to make the event happen and finally You the competitors who came out to take part in the final Devon League Event of the season.
We would like to apologise to all those who had control number 44. We hung the control up at the top of the spur to reduce a dog leg and reduce the chance of someone injuring themselves by falling on the steep slope, we failed to correct the position of the circle to reflect this. We had planned the control sites on two visits in January/February. The vegetation as expected was nonexistent. We tagged in April, still no sign of the potential vegetation that met us on Saturday as we put out the control stakes and flags. We are sorry that this made it difficult to find some of the controls, especially those on the Ottery St. Mary side of the road.
Roger and Susan Hateley
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