Kent Night Cup 3 Faversham
Thu 10 Oct 2019
A popular run around the streets of Faversham, with a Lady winner...
Type of event: Local, Night, Score, Street
Type of terrain: Urban
This Street round was won by a women - the first win by a lady in a long time. Well done Alison Howe, the only person to visit as many as 21 of the 22 controls.
Thanks go to Brendon for planning this one, and it was good to see some from the Orienteering Academy trying a night event.
Pre Event Info
Nearest town: Faversham
- Grid Ref:
- Postcode: ME13 8PW
- Latitude: 51.31498
- Longitude: 0.88985
- Google Map
- Streetmap (OS 50k)
- Bing Map (OS 50k)
Directions / Parking
Leave the M2, following signs for Faversham centre. Parking in the main central car park in Faversham, post code ME13 8PW (follow signs for the Swimming Pool or Hospital).
What3Words location - cutlets.impaired.workbench
Public Transport options
The event is walking distance from Faversham train station.
Registration & Start Times
Registration from 19:00 until 19:20. Mass Start at 19:30.
Apres O - Location and Food Ordering
Apres O will take place in the Limes Pub on Preston Street. If you'd like food it needs to be pre-ordered by Tuesday 7th October. Please email the organiser with your order.
60 minute score suitable for all abilities. 21 controls numbered 90 – 110; no monkey business! 10 points per control, 10 points penalty per minute/part minute beyond 60 minutes. Controls will be collected after 70 minutes (course closing time).
If you are new to Night Orienteering and would like someone to help you get started please email the organiser or make yourself known on the night.
1:10,000 scale map with 5m contours, updated 2019. Maps will be on A4 waterproof paper. Control Descriptions will be in the map.Controls are not SIAC enabled.
Explanation of Score courses
You don't have to visit all the controls! There is usually a time limit, instead of a set course. Points are scored for visiting controls, and deducted for finishing over the time limit. You decide which controls to visit, and in which sequence. Sometimes controls have different points values. You will need to carry a watch or phone, so you know how long you have been out.
Entry on the Day: Seniors (British Orienteering members) £4, Non-members of BO £6. Juniors & students £3. Group: £10 (1 dibber; map for each participant). Dibber loan: Free
Please email the organiser if you intend coming so we know how many maps to print. Offers to collect controls will be greatly appreciated.
SPORT IDENT dibbers to borrow if you don’t have one. Some sort of torch essential plus a small backup/reserve. Hi-Viz clothing recommended.
Please note - In order to comply with BOF rules and insurance requirements, juniors under 16 need to be accompanied by an adult.
An Emergency contact number will be printed on the map. Carrying a mobile phone is recommended, especially for newcomers. You can let us know if you are lost or late, and we can contact you if you have not returned.
Racing along the quieter streets and footpaths of Faversham. >95% Tarmac, < 5% Grass/Other. Some of the paths are quite dark, so a headtorch is essential.
Toilets in Car Park.
Contacts / Officials
Organiser: Brendon and Alison Howe
Health, safety and other important information related to events.
Before travelling to any orienteering event please make sure you are aware of and following government lockdown rules. To enable us to maintain social distancing requirements, we will not be offering coaching to beginners at the start. If you havent tried orienteering before and need guidance please contact our head coach in the first instance.
To ensure that we comply with Government and British Orienteering guidelines and make our events Covid secure and safe for participants and volunteers, all events will be pre-entry and pre-payment only.
During the on-line entry process, you will select your preferred start window from those available for your course. You must then make payment to reserve your start window. Please do not turn up at the event unless you have pre-entered.
On event day turn up for your allocated start slot
Always respect others & social distance even when orienteering
Please move away from the map box after collecting your map.
At control sites do not touch the control, and move through quickly.
Do not congregate at the Finish.
At Download ensure you are drip and spittle free before downloading.
Ticks and Lyme Disease: Ticks are common in areas where we go orienteering, more information about ticks.
Training and help is available from qualified coaches. Please contact the organiser.
Data Protection: Your personal information provided for this event or obtained from registration databases will be used to process your entry, publish results, check for missing runners and trace missing SI cards.