Lloyd Park and East CroydonAnytime Orienteering
Near: Croydon Lat,Lng: 51.36442,-0.07995 OS Grid Ref: TQ337645 Postcode: CR0 5RA What3Words: ///sands.estate.firmly
Directions / Parking
Lloyd Park car park on Coombe Road. There is 3 hours free parking, but you have to take a ticket from the machine. If full, there should be space on the roads opposite.
Tram service, Lloyd Park Route 3
The ticket machine is within the start triangle, so do not collect your ticket with Go To Start set ready. The start also may be triggered by driving close to that corner. If you inadvertently trigger the Start before you are ready to go, go to Results and swipe to the right to delete the event. Reload it from the server.
This is an Open Orienteering Street O map.
Controls are a mixture of post boxes, fire hydrants and path/road junctions. CDs are not on the map but are available for download in the Information Sheet attached
There are 30 controls of points value as follows: 1 to 10 = 10 points; 11 to 20 = 20 points; 21 to 30 = 30 points. There is a penalty of 10 points for each minute or part of a minute late back.
MapRun directory path
UK/London South East/Croydon
Lloyd Park & East Croydon
Score course, 60mins,30 controls
The Score event crosses busy roads hence must not be attempted by anyone under the age of 16, even if they would be accompanied by an adult.
As with all street orienteering events please take care crossing roads. There are many suitable crossing points on all the major roads in the area. Note that trams are street running on the 800m length nearest to East Croydon station, so take extra care there.
This Challenge is not an organised event or activity, so it is not registered with British Orienteering and you are not covered by British Orienteering's insurance. You do the Challenge as an individual for personal training and you are responsible for both your own safety and the safety of others around you.
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