Law Punch Hunt – 22nd April

*** Please note the change of venue, which is now LAW ***

Some of you may already have started your off-roading season with us at the Gala Trials held last month, for the rest of you, this might be what you’re waiting for!

Law is an interesting site, with lots of different nooks and crannies to hide the punches in. The site is suitable for all types of 4×4, however it does favour something with at least AT tyres on, as the ground can be soft in places, especially as the cattle have only recently been evicted.

On the day, there will be punches (see picture below) set out around the site. You will be given a laminated card attached to your wing mirror (you can choose which). Upon finding a punch, you simply get your wing mirror close enough to punch the corresponding box on the card. You will also be given a handheld card to be kept in the vehicle for you to use if you find a certain punch too difficult. Sound easy?

There are two types of punch – GREEN, suitable for all vehicles and RED which is slightly more difficult and may require some thinking – which is where the handheld card may come in useful.

Scoring is 2 points for every correct RED and 1 point for every GREEN.

This event is open to all types of 4×4, however a full driving licence must be held by the driver.

Punch Hunts are a great day out for all the family, keeping everyone occupied looking for the punches – it always helps to have a passenger if you need to send them through some mud to get the RED punches!

New members welcome, join online at or on the day!

Cost – £25 per vehicle

Time – 09.30 signing on and scrutineering
10.00 ready to go hunting.

Lunch – Bring your own packed lunch and warm drink

Finish – We generally finish mid-afternoon depending on weather and light conditions.

Directions – ML8 5HQ is the nearest postcode, situated on the B7011, which is accessed from either the A71 or A73. Orange arrows will be situated on the B7011 at the site entrance – please make sure sure to close any gates after you have entered the site. OS Grid Ref is: NS 80950 51868.

Amateur Radio
For those who have it, we usually use 145.350MHz if it’s free.

Event Registration Form:

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