WNL4 – Eastney & Milton (SOC)

Location Info

Event Details

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  • Event area (map): Eastney and Milton
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  • Organised by Southampton OC in a new location for the League this year

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Pre-Event Bulletin:

Most current details, including the flyer, can be found on SOC’s homepage. Some details are copied here for ease of access, but please make sure to check there are no changes posted on the organiser’s website.

Directions and Parking

Eastney Community Centre, Bransbury Park. PO4 9SU.

GR sheet 196, SZ 667994

Easiest approach is from the east along Eastern Road, A3020.

Small car park east along Bransbury Road, at end of park, 500m from the Community Centre, or on side roads anywhere you can find a space!


Secure small room, toilet, own entrance. DIY hot drinks!

There will be other users of the centre.  Open from 17:00 to 21:00

Please no muddy shoes.

Terrain Description

Urban and parkland, and foreshore (rocks and pebbles).


New 1:4000, surveyed summer 2017 by Robin Smith.

Double sided waterproofed A3, no overlap.   No legend.

North side is Milton, south side is Eastney.

The whole map will be on display at registration.

Registration & Start Times

Registration from 18:00, starts from 18:15 to 18:45.

Courses close at 20:00.

Course Information

60mts score, 30 controls.  All the same value.

Penalty for being over time, bonus for getting them all within time.


Entry Details

Fees: £5.00

EMIT are kindly providing the touch free system.

Contacts / Officials

Organiser and Planner:   Robin Smith  07522 465119    [email protected]

Dogs allowed?

Dogs should be kept under control and on a lead when necessary.

Safety and Risk

Please wear a hi-vis vest and BOF rules require you to carry a spare torch.

If adverse weather we may ask you to wear a waterproof jacket.

All competitors must report to Download even if retiring from the event.

Orienteering is a physically challenging sport. Competitors take part at their own risk.

Last updated on Sat, 11th November 2017, 08:21 by Peter Suba