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Mutters Moor

Sun 27th Jan 2013

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Cann Woods

Nigh Event

Sat 12th Jan 2013

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Organiser comments

After being moved from Newnham park area due to forestry work and possible mine subsidence just before Christmas, Cann Woods / Plym forest south was kindly offered by Forestry Commission. The mapping of this area was last revised in 2004 and therefore some quite major and small changes have been made, some forest blocks were updated but time did not permit in depth changes. Roads, tracks and paths were as marked. Both Green and Jade were set as technical as a day event, this proved challenging on a few controls. Well done to Phil and Barry on their good runs. The Orange was set to be a little more challenging with controls out of line of sight, comments were favourable.

  

Burrator West

Night Event

Sat 08th Dec 2012

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Five Tors

Sun 02nd Dec 2012

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Planner’s Comments

It was a pleasure to have a large and early turnout of competitors. People had obviously listened to the weather man predicting worsening conditions during the day. In fact we were blessed with ideal conditions in the morning – mild and still, and the rain came later than expected, when most people had gone home.

  

Plymouth University

Urban event

Sat 24th Nov 2012

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Whitchurch Common

Night Event

Sat 10th Nov 2012

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Organiser's Comments

I am sorry I forgot to bring the hire dibbers along. So Paul and Harriet Ames and Amanda Raynham and Adrian Dobbs had to “self-time” round the course. Fortunately, with some help from the AutoDownload team in Cumbria, I was able to insert start and finish times. Incidentally this was the first occasion I had tried using AutoDownload in its “auto” mode. It avoids the registration process providing a) you have a personal dibber and b) you have registered it online with Sportident.uk. When you download it identifies you, checks the controls you have visited against the master list, and assigns the appropriate course.

Alan Simpson

  

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