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South West League 2019-20

This season's fixtures

Whitchurch Common

Whitchurch Common
Credit: Devon Routegadget

Last edited: Wed 31 Jul 2019

See what lies in store for you throughout the season in our handy calendar (below). Venues vary from runnable forest, open hillside, moorland and mixed New Forest terrain.

NEW: (24 August): Series flyer

These events are bigger than our QOFLs (Local 'forest' league) but still on a human scale and have toilets and often traders present.

On some of the better terrain in the South West, you get to rub shoulders with some of the best runners over nine events, from autumn to spring.

Between 10 and 20 QO members usually go and car sharing is popular amongst this group.

Pre-entering on Fabian 4 guarantees you a map but not all clubs offer this facility.

Fixtures correct as at 24 August 2019

Details in bold are links to the club's website, the rest are just fixture listings on the BOF website.

DateVenue, (Organising club) [map]Information*
13 Oct 2019Dartmoor: Whitchurch Common (Devon OC)Details
27 Oct 2019Army terrain: Sidbury Hill, nr Andover - TBC (Sarum OC)Details
10 Nov 2019New Forest: nr Ringwood (Wimborne OC)Details
12 Jan 2020West Woods (North Wilts OC)Details
19 Jan 2020Forest of Dean: Lightning Tree Hill (North Glos OC)Details
2 Feb 2020Mendips: Stock Hill (Bristol OK)Details
1 Mar 2020New Forest: Anderwood or Burley - TBC (Wessex OC)Details
29 Mar 2020Blackdowns: Blackborough (Quantock OC)Details
19 Apr 2020Hustyn, nr Wadebridge (Cornwall OC)Details

* Where in bold, the links are to the organising club's details. Otherwise the links are to generic details from the BOF website.

Events are often re-arranged: always double-check details on the BOF or organising club's website before making plans.


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    cleared area, Downlands Plantation, Blackborough
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