AYROC Boxing Day SCORE Activity at Rozelle/Belleisle

Event on Sat 26th Dec 2020

Ayrshire Orienteering Club (AYROC) Activity 

Rozelle/Belleisle Score Boxing Day 26th December 2020

In view of the latest COVID restrictions this activity is open to SOUTH AYRSHIRE RESIDENTS ONLY.

Meet at the Middle Car Park in Rozelle Park just beyond Rozelle House on the left.

Starts from 11:30 until 13:00.

Score Event with a time limit of 40 minutes for all competitors. Visit as many controls as you can within the time limit in any order!

26th Dec 20

Location

Nearest town: Ayr Ayrshire

Event Details

Ayrshire Orienteering Club (AYROC) Activity 

Rozelle/Belleisle Score Boxing Day 26th December 2020

Meet at the Middle Car Park in Rozelle Park just beyond Rozelle House on the left.

 

Starts from 11:30 until 13:00.

Score Event with a time limit of 40 minutes for all competitors. Visit as many controls as you can within the time limit in any order!

 

Controls will have different points values. Check Control descriptions for details. Penalty points of 30 per minute overdue (so 1 point every 2 seconds!!).

Controls placed mainly in Rozelle with a few in Bellisle. Juniors  (under 16) should be accompanied if crossing into Bellisle.

There will be No golf on Boxing Day.

 

Pre booking by Emailing by  6.00pm on 24th December is ESSENTIAL because of the Scottish Orienteering Association regulations which have been agreed with the Scottish Government.

 

Start times will be given out when registering.
£2.00 entry fee, £5.00 per family. 

All Welcome

https://www.ayroc.co.uk/images/Boxing_day_PRE_Entry.doc

https://www.ayroc.co.uk/images/Code_of_Conduct_14_October_2020.pdf

Please see below for phone friendly version of form to be completed.

AYROC Pre entry Club Activity
Activity  Rozelle/Belleisle 26th Decmber 2020

In order to operate legally we are required to give you the following information.
The Scottish Orienteering Association has cooperated with the Scottish Government through Sport Scotland to provide regulations on how orienteering can operate during the Covid 19 pandemic. Participants are required to read the British Orienteering Federation Code of Conduct (October 2020).
The hazard is that participants will catch the virus and this may have serious consequences. If you are in a more vulnerable health category then attendance at this activity places you at higher risk. Restricting contact with other people is obviously the best means of preventing the spread of the virus, so social distancing is required throughout the activity. During the activity, precautions will be taken to ensure that attenders maintain a 2m distance from each other, please give way to others at the controls.
The other risk is that the virus can be picked up from touching equipment which an infected person has also touched. As far as possible minimal hand contact with equipment will be required. Hand sanitiser will be available. Please try to restrict touching equipment.
All equipment will be disinfected by either use of chemicals or by quarantining for
72 hours.
Personal details are required in case of the need to track and trace. These will be destroyed after 3 weeks.


1.Name/s (childrens ages)
2.Phone Number
3.Email address
4.I confirm that I do not have any symptoms of Covid 19 and I am not currently self isolating or in quarantine. Yes/No
5.If my circumstances change in the intervening time before the date I will inform you.
Yes/No
6.Number of maps required
7.Do you need to borrow a Dibber (electronic recording device) Yes/No
8.If No Number of own Dibber


£2 per person for map (£5 for family) Please bring exact cash, no change available Resultswill be sent out after the activity
Enjoy your day, despite the necessary restrictions.