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Street Series 4

Wed 26 May

Near: Wiveliscombe
Level of event: Local

Type of event: Race, Score, Urban, Night

Wivey is lovely new area for orienteering within easy reach of Taunton, Wellington and Tiverton. Many comments on how nice the scenery was were passed after the finish, probably helped by the glorious sunshine.

Whilst predominantly an urban course, there were controls in the surrounding countryside, including some up a long steep hill. Some runners took one look at the contours and dismissed those controls while others slogged up and down.


Short Course
Long Course
League tables

Street Series 2020/21 Series Info

MapRun doesn't need kites, control units or dibbers. All users need is the smartphone app.

Immediately after your run, you can upload your score and time to the web and compare how you did with others.

Further information about this and all other events in the current series - please read before competing

It's worth reading our MapRun User Guide if you are new or having problems.

Series Contacts

Series Administrator: Alasdair Shaw chair@

On the day organisers: Roger & Judy Craddock 01823 323850

Code of Conduct

Please read the Participant Code of Conduct and, if appropriate, the Parent Code of Conduct. Attendance at the event indicates that you accept them.

Directions / Parking

Parking is along Old Brewery Road and uphill along Hauling Way/Coopers Heights as required. This is an industrial area so is generally quiet after work hours.

The Start is on the N side of the junction of Old Brewery Road with Ford Road. The finish is by some gates accessing the LH side of the brewery building

Course Information

Two courses are offered, Long and Short, using exactly the same controls.

Both are "Score" courses, meaning there isn't a set order to the controls you visit.

Short Score - the order of the controls you want to visit is entirely up to you.

Long Score - odds and evens format used. That is, there are two sets of controls, odd numbered controls and even numbered ones, one set tackled after the other. Once you switch to the second set, you cannot go back to the first set. The control circles on the map are coloured red on one set and blue on the other. The colours are meaningful only for the Long score.

The optimum routes are typically between 7.5 and 10 km for the long and 6 to 7.5 km for the short.

Each course has a time limit of 50 minutes.

Points will be deducted at a rate of 30 points per minute for each minute or part minute you're late back.

Points values for controls are variable and denoted by the first number of the control, e.g. 62 scores 60 points.

Link: more on the scoring systems

Entry Details

Please fill in and submit the registration form and then scroll down to pay.

Entry fees

2021: £5

Price is for both adults and juniors with accompanying adult.

Payment online using the button below is preferred (please enter which event it is for). Payment on the night using contactless is possible.


Registration & Start Times

Evening event.

Start times from 17.00 to 19.00. Book using the form above and then pay using the button.

You effectively have a choice between running in partial daylight or in the dark.

Courses close at 2000.

Photo Gallery

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The Square

The Square
Credit: Stephen McKay

The White Hart

The White Hart
Credit: Martin Bodman

From Billy Lane

From Billy Lane
Credit: Nick Chipchase

Coopers Heights

Coopers Heights
Credit: Derek Harper

Important Event Information

Safety and Risk: A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. All participants must report to download whether they finish their course or not.

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Safeguarding: QO is aware of it's responsibilities in safeguarding and child protection. To comply with The Child Safeguarding Practice Review and Relevant Agency (England) Regulations 2018, we now provide an email address for individuals to report concerns to the Lead Safeguarding Officer. This address is