Ancient Wiltshire Weekend

Today’s results are now posted on our results page & below. Thanks to you all for coming & for bringing some good weather with you!


A brand new map of Amesbury! Come and visit Amesbury, the gateway to the mystic Stonehenge landscape – the small town of Amesbury is likely to have been established around the 6th century AD at a crossing point over the Avon although there was apparently a settlement here as far back as around 8820BC and it has been confirmed as the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the United Kingdom . To the south of the town lies Archers Gate, named after the Amesbury Archer who was found near there. A sculpture depicting the Archer stands in the arcade at Archers Gate and an incredible town mosaic can be seen, telling the story of Amesbury.  You will be running around this area on our new map! The Urban event on Saturday 29th April will be based next to Boscombe Down, and is a UK Urban League and SEOUL event.

Flyer:    Final details Amesbury Urban event 29th April 2017 (2)

Results and Downloads:

Results by Class:    Result list by Class (1)

Route Gadget (Men & Novice) :

Route Gadget (Women) :

NWO Galoppen & Yvette Baker Trophy heat


Come and orienteer in Britain’s only privately owned forest. Over 1,000 years old it has entertained Henry VIII who courted Jane Seymour daughter of a local landowner. Savernake boasts many named ancient oak trees and the longest avenue in the UK designed by Capability Brown. The event on Sunday 30th April is part of the SWOA Galoppen League and is a heat for the Yvette Baker Trophy.

Important for YBT competitors: please still enter by Monday 17th April to allow allocation of start times to competitors”.