The Venue



OS Map No:144 Grid Ref:TL 827 722

From A11: Leave the A11 at Eleveden, travel along the B1106 in the direction of Bury St.Edmunds. As you pass through the Forest there is a picnic site on the left as the forest ends Hall Farm, Wordwell is on the right at the edge of the forest.

From A14: Exit at Bury St.Edmunds onto the A134. At the first roundabout turn left onto A134 and continue to the village of Ingham. At the end of the village is a crossroads with The Cadogan Arms on your right. At this point turn left and continue until joining the B1106 where you will go right. Continue along this road around a sharp right hand bend, with the Timber yard on your right turn. Proceed up a slight hill just after the church is a turning on your left into Hall Farm..

At the Venue: On entering the drive turn left through a double gate – large lorries may have to bare to the right to get a better angle to go through the gate way. LARGE lorries please park in the first field facing the road side hedge. Smaller boxes and trailers continue along the track through the gate way and proceed behind the marquee to the next field.

Please do not lead horses along this driveway at anytime on the grounds of health and safety.

Camping & Corralling

Camping, corralling are available at the venue. Any horses which are corralled must have their own electric power source attached to their corral at all times, the owner/rider is responsible to ensure this is done, the coral must be in good condition. A nominated person must be on site at all times for any corralled horse and contact information must be attached on the coral. Camping £7.50 per unit per night, Corralling £7.50 per horse per night, to be paid with entry.

Horses are to corrall at the far end of the field. Please keep the electric tape fastened at all times.

Sleeping in trailers and boxes is allowed in this field but no tents. See Secretary for tent/camping site.

The venue will be open to competitors from Friday noon.

On Site Facilities
The venue offers toilets, refreshments, water, first aid, Raynet and a farrier.

Crewing Information
It is essential that crewing only takes place in designated crew points and that the rider’s number is displayed at all times on the dash board. There should be NO crew vehicles in the forest other than in the areas for them to park while crewing. Failure to adhere to this may result in the rider being eliminated. All slosh bottles must be picked up by the crew at the crew points.

Photos by David Saunders Photography