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East Hill and Core Copse

Sun 09th Jun 2013

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Planner’s Comments

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.

  

Haldon Forest

Sun 12th May 2013

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The two previous events in Haldon Forest had both had problems with young competitors going ‘missing’. With so many juniors turning up – hurray! -  we were anxious to prevent a repeat, and the controller asked that all juniors should carry whistles; also that inexperienced juniors should either go in pairs or groups, or be shadowed by an adult orienteer. In the event, everybody returned before courses closed.  I was relieved too that there were no collisions between orienteers and mountain bikers!

  

Fire Beacon

Sun 21st Apr 2013

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River Dart

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Sun 17th Mar 2013

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Well, for the second year in a row we were blessed with dry weather and sunshine although that seemed unlikely in the early morning when I was brushing snow of my car.

  

Hound Tor

Sun 10th Feb 2013

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I had previously planned on Hound Tor for the Caddihoe Chase in 2009. On that occasion, most of the interesting areas to the west of the Becka Brook were buried in head high bracken. This time the bracken had died and I was able to use the rest of the area, though the going was still rather unpleasant in places with a lot of brambles. Choices were also somewhat limited by the boundary walls, which we had to respect. I tried to ensure that the Brown course was really a Brown, and significantly harder than the Blue. This seems to have worked, the Blue was by far the most popular course. It was good that there was a fairly large overall turnout in poor weather which had threatened to be much worse.

  

Mutters Moor

Sun 27th Jan 2013

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