NEHL (2) 2011/12: Farringdon – Times & Location

The 2nd North East Harrier League (NEHL) fixture, taking place at Farringdon Community Sports College, Sunderland this Saturday, 29th October 2011. As usual, Race HQ/Registrations will be located at Farringdon Community Sports College (usually the main hall). The provisional timetable of events is as follows:

12.15 Mixed Under 11s
12.30 Boys under 13
12.35 Girls under 13
12.50 Boys under 15
12.55 Girls under 15
13.15 Senior Men
14.00 Under 17 Men
14.30 Senior Women & Under 17/20 Women


Following a number of complaints from local residents about access issues around the estate after the last event, Northumbria Police have strongly recommended that we should not under any circumstances park in any residential streets adjacent to/around Farringdon Community Sports College, and should use the parking facilities at Silksworth Sports Complex which is a short (4 minute) walk away.

The location of Race HQ is

Farringdon Community Sports College
Farringdon, Allendale Road-School (SW-bound),
Doxford Park,
Sunderland SR3

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There will be members of Tyne Bridge Harriers on site from 11:00 providing hospitality so you will find someone out there if you want to get there a bit early.

A ‘Convoy’ will be leaving Byker Pool at 11:30. If you require a lift to the event, please get in touch and someone will help you out.

If you have any other questions about this event, please ask below or via the Facebook group or Googlemail group.

NB: PLEASE make sure you have your NEHL 2011/12 Number with you (if you have taken part in the other meetings) or collect your number on the day from either Dave Anderson or Dave Daniels

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1 comment

    • Alan Haddon on 30th October 2011 at 09:00
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    Hi. Do any of you lot know about yesterdays results? I hear their are issues with people not completing the small lap

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