This event is being run on the GH/96 course.
Course: GH/96. START in Butts Lane, 4 metres in from white line and in line with double yellow no parking line. Climb Butts Lane to FINISH just before entrance to car park on RIGHT at end of metalled road -Distance: 1.18km -Grade: Max 14.2 Avg. 10.3 % -Ascent: 116 metres Butts Lane is a challenging, medium distance climb and has been crying out for hill climbers to take a timed run at it for years.
CTT LONDON SOUTH DC - 1.05KM HILL CLIMB - GH/96 Page 1
BUTTS LANE, WILLINGDON
OS REF DETAILS DISTANCES
587022 START Butts Lane, 4 metres in from white line and in line with double yellow no parking line. 0.00 0.00
580017 Climb Butts Lane to FINISH just before entrance to car park on RIGHT at end of metalled road. 1.05 1.05 km.
COURSE NOTES (KP/LSDC/0915)
Course created by and measured by Kim Washington
Start revised 28/10/15
GENERAL NOTES to be displayed at Signing On Point
London South District regulation: No vehicles, except those of the timekeepers and event officials, shall be parked in the
vicinity of the start and finish areas.
Competitors are requested not to warm up on the course after the first competitor has started.
Details of any Additional Hazards not listed on the Start Sheet will be displayed or advised at the Signing-on point.
All Competitors must read these details when they sign on.
No times will be given at the Finish
GUIDANCE NOTES FOR Event Promoters
Promoters should refer to the GENERIC Risk Assessment and check that all measures to reduce risk have been covered.
Promoters should also complete a SPECIFIC Risk Assessment to identify any additional risks shortly before the event, contacting The Highways Authority and briefing Competitors at the Signing-on point if necessary. On the day after the event, the Specific Risk Assessment Sheet/s must be posted to the London South Assistant Secretary (Course) – see details in CTT Handbook.
Promoters should be familiar with CTT Regulations and, in particular, the Sections “Duties of Promoting Secretaries” and
“Abandonment or Postponement of Events” as published in the CTT Handbook.
Promoters should keep Entry Forms, Signing On Sheets and for one year after the event if there has been no incident in connection with the event and for three years if there has been an incident.
COURSE DETAILS for submission on the Police Notification Form.
The Course details given below are in a format suitable for the Police Notification Form:-
GH/96 START Butts Lane, Climb Butts Lane to FINISH just before entrance to car park on RIGHT at end of metalled road
(A form) (Revised 28.10.15) (KP/LSDC/COURSE GH/96)