Dates: 5th - 8th August 2016
Pre-Registration Opens: 16th May 2016
Pre-Registration Closes: 4th August 2016
FSC Juniper Hall has four dormitory rooms, 12 twin rooms, one single and five three bedded rooms. Four ground floor twins have wider doors for wheelchairs access. There is a separate accommodation block of 33 beds which can be taken by a whole group.
There are four labs/workrooms. Two of these have smartboards and computer facilities, the other two have whiteboards, screens and projectors. The centre has several recreational areas: a common room with table football, a TV and hot and cold drink facilities; a sitting room with bar and TV and a library with quiet sitting areas.
The centre has a large lawn area with benches and an outdoor classroom. There are two footpaths leading from the grounds which extend to around 1 hectare. There is a butterfly garden and Victorian ice house with the grounds, together with many fine trees.
There are open fires in the hallway and the sitting rooms and some fine displays of butterfly, moth and rock collections. The Templeton Room is decorated in the John Adam style and secures Grade 2 listed status for the Hall. Wellingtons and waterproofs are available, a drying room, two weather stations and a small shop.
Juniper Hall Field
Old London Road
Be careful driving here. The roads are fast and twist sharply. Drivers tend to drive too fast and you are likely to meet a cyclist or two, half of them not wearing any proper gear.
The postcode will get you most of the way to venue, but I have found tells you you are there a good 500 yards before you are. Just before your Sat Nav tells you you have arrived, you should pass a church with a high wall on your left and a school, then a pub on your right. You are on the right road. Just keep following it and you will see a road on your left. Just beyond that you will see the sign for the feild centre. Turn into the drive and past the gatekeepers hut. It doesnt look like much until you are on the drive, but once inside you will see the house and the area where you can park.
Trains from London (Victoria and Waterloo) and Horsham all stop at Dorking. Taxis are readily available outside the main station. Some trains stop at Boxhill & Westhumble although taxis are unavailable there. However the centre is only a short walk away (about 1 mile). Trains from Reading and Guildford or Gatwick, Redhill and Reigate stop at Dorking Deepdene station, which is a short walk from the main station.
The 465 service runs from opposite Dorking station and stop just outside the centre (Headley Lane stop) south of the Mickleham Church stop. The route runs from Teddington and Kingston to Dorking via Leatherhead.
You will be allowed alcohol but please do not bring it on site until 7pm Friday and it needs to be removed (including empties) by by 10am Monday morning.
You can pre-reg here
The final schedule for the August national is....
Friday: 8pm-12am - Forsaken
Saturday: 10am-2pm - Awakening
Saturday: 3:15pm-7:15pm - Lost
Saturday: 8:30pm-12:30am - Requiem
Sunday: 10am-1:30pm - Lost
Sunday: 2:30pm-3:30pm - AGM
Sunday: 3:45pm-7:15pm - Forsaken
Sunday: 8:30pm-12:30am - Requiem
Monday: 10am-2pm - Awakening
The venue is full board so all food is included. Please see my other post re alcohol
So the whole weekend is
£129 for players
£109 for STs
£40 Games and food only
Please ensure you book if you are staying elsewhere so I can book your food.