Directions / Parking
From North, leave M5 at Jn23, take A38 to junction of A39/A38. Follow signs to town centre beyond the river. Plenty of parking available. A Pay and Display car park is available in the Angel Shopping Centre, which also has public toilets. Registration, assembly, and starts/finish in Kings Square to East of the Angel Shopping Centre – approx. 5min walk.
1:5000, contours 5m
Drawn to ISSprOM 2019 standard.
Based on the 2015 map by Gavin Clegg. Extended and updated 2021 by Jim Mallinson.
A full legend does not appear on the map. Only those symbols representing forbidden areas and uncrossable features are shown
Under-16s must be with adult.
|Class||Pre-entry||On the day entry|
- Junior - anyone 21 years or younger at the time of the event
An SI dibber can be hired for £1. Failure to return it will incur the cost of a replacement (£30).
A SIAC dibber can be hired for £2.50. Failure to return it will incur the cost of a replacement (£65).
The historical trail requires a mobile phone with MapRun installed if you want to track yourself and compare your times to others'.
If you are a helper at this event and running a competitive course, please contact the organiser for the discount code.
Please note that if you enter on the day you run the risk that we have run out of maps for your preferred course.
Please consider buying a pack of pre-entry credits in advance. This costs you the same as just going straight to pre-entry but saves the club a lot in credit card fees.
Registration & Start Times
All starts are in King's Square.
The historical trail can be downloaded for free, printed and followed at any time. However, if you want to do it during the open hours shown above and be supplied with a printed map, then it costs £1 towards the map printing.
Download link: Bridgwater Trail
For more information about using MapRun, see our user guide.
Pre-entry closes 10 February.
|U16 accompanied by responsible adult
Contacts / Officials
Planner: Graham Hartley
Organiser: Ray Toomer
Controller: Pete Shirvington
Weekend Organiser: Roger Craddock firstname.lastname@example.org