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Jonathan Price Sat, Apr 23, 11:29 AM (12 days ago) to me Morning Ray, Many thanks again for your feedback info. Here's mine - As you know all went well and there was very little for you guys to do, which is both fortunate and seems - so far - to be the norm for this event. I was impressed by the resources, both human and material, that you were able to call upon - better to have too much than not enough in these cases! Our adjudicator did point out that our level of First Aid support was more than adequate according to the levels laid out in his UKA manual for this size of event - there is a difference between above and below 500 participants, apparently. I'm not sure that takes into account spectators, who are part of the event of course. but I guess the Hippocratic oath requires all to be medically supported. I suspect that's another debate, another time! Many thanks, once again for your help. In short, we were all happy with it all! All the best! Jonathan