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Terrain:
Bestwood is appropriately named, being the best surviving area of ancient woodland close to Nottingham. Its orienteering is also some of the best with a complex area of valleys and spurs making an interesting challenge at all levels of the sport.

Location:
GridRef SK565475 Link to StreetMap
Latitude 53.02014N Longitude 1.15836W

Scales:
1:7500, 5m

Map Revision:
August 2013

BOF Map Number:

Events staged:

Sun 10th Dec 1989

Bestwood Country Park
Sun 21st Oct 1990

Bestwood Country Park
Sun 26th Apr 1992

Bestwood Country Park
Sun 14th Mar 1993

Bestwood Country Park
Thu 25th May 1995
Summer League
Bestwood Country Park
Sat 20th Apr 1996
Xanda Short Race Series
Bestwood Country Park
Results
Thu 16th May 1996
Summer League
Bestwood Country Park
Results
Thu 26th Jun 1997
Summer League
Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sat 25th Oct 1997

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 26th Oct 1997
'Try Orienteering Event'
Bestwood Country Park
Results
Thu 25th Jun 1998
Summer League
Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sat 28th Nov 1998

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 29th Nov 1998

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sat 2nd Oct 1999

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 3rd Oct 1999

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 17th Mar 2002

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sat 1st Feb 2003
FCC Short Race
Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 21st Dec 2003

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 13th Mar 2005

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 26th Nov 2006

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 2nd Nov 2008

Bestwood Country Park
Results
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Sat 6th Nov 2010

Bestwood Country Park
Results
Sun 7th Nov 2010

Bestwood Country Park
Results
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Sun 11th Sep 2011

Bestwood Country Park
Results
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Sat 12th Oct 2013
Middle Races
Bestwood Country Park
Results
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Sun 4th Jan 2015
Winter League
Bestwood Country Park
Results
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Sun 14th Feb 2016
EM League
Bestwood Country Park
Results
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A reminder: Access to any private land is by permission only. Organised events can only be held with permission even on public land. Possession of an orienteering map DOES NOT give permission to enter private land. Public land and public footpaths may be used at any time for individual access. Access to some areas will embargoed from the time an event is announced - even public areas.