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2020 Stompers:

We have a number of our lovely 2020 sew-on badges spare.

If you entered on the day and didn't get one, please email us at:

stomp@salisbury-arc.org

(click here to open up an email link)


Badges will be sent out on a first-come, first-served basis.

Online Entry Closure:
The last day of online entries will be Sunday 19th January.
Please note that due to high demand, entries to certain distances may have to close earlier.

08-12-2019 : 10K & 20K Route Recce

We are all getting excited at Stomp HQ with less than seven weeks to go before we start Stomping.

In early December we started checking the routes and instructions, with groups of us doing the 10k and 20k - with a rewarding breakfast at Friar Tuck’s in Amesbury town centre to finish. It was a glorious sunny day after an initial shower, and the Wiltshire countryside looked lovely. Not too much mud - but who knows what will happen before Stomp Day!

 

21-11-2019 : Woodhenge Womble

Woodhenge   Womble - 25th January 2020

 

A 10k walk starting from:

The Durrington Recreation Pavilion, Recreation Road, Durrington, SP4 8HH

OS Map 130     Grid Ref: 161447

Start Time between 2 and 3 pm

 

Visiting the Woodhenge and Durrington Walls Historical sites.

 

Entry £2 with free tea and coffee.

Snacks available to purchase

 

This Amesbury Walkers event has always been held in conjunction with the Stonehenge Stomp and is a warm up for the Sunday event

01-11-2019 : Special Achievement Recognition - Brian Cole

Brian Cole who lives in Cullompton, Devon  has over a period of many years become a friend and long time member of Amesbury Walkers and walked the first ever Stonehenge Stomp.  This event is now fast approaching its thirty second year and Brian has completed all thirty one.

He always says that “Unfortunately I am no longer able to complete the 40k distance” but that is hardly surprising in that time span and I think he is to be congratulated on his amazing achievement.

Brian has also completed many Amesbury Walkers challenges, various British Walking Federation challenges, trips to Irish events and the annual Leper/Ypres event in Belguim.  Seems like a hectic life, especially as he was a long term member of the Dartmoor Rescue Team and ran Tower Trophies which is well known over the whole of the South Coast.

I am sure the most import thing in this lively life style is Janet and his family who support him 100% and we would like to say that we are grateful for his support of the Stomp and hope to greet him once again at the event in 2020.

 

Keith

Amesbury Walkers/CoSARC

19-10-2019 : Team Entries - Update.

Due to requests from some of our regulars, we can confirm that those entering as a Team Entry will be able to participate in different distances / routes.  This means that team members do not need to all be doing the same distance / route.  We would however ask you to consider splitting very large groups into teams of 6 or more doing the same distance if possible.
 

The cost of team entry is the same as single entries at £5.50 per team member (£2.00 for 5km)

Team entries are not available online. Please click the form tile to download a postal form. We look forward to meeting your groups on the day.

03-10-2019 : Online entry goes Live !!

For the first time ever, you go now enter the Stonehenge Stomp online.

Currently this if for single entry only - team entries will still need to enter by post

No longer will you have to rumage through your kitchen drawer for a working pen or trot out in the rain to the post office. Single entries can all be done and paid for in an instant in the comfort of your own home.

29-09-2019 : The Stonehenge Stomp makes an appearance at the Salisbury Half Marathon

In support of this local event, many of our Stomp team helped at various locations at the Salisbury Half Marathon.  This included providing well received water stations as seen in the photo and also cakes at the finish line kindly donated by some of our many fans!

A few of our braver (or mad) members actually ran the Half Marathon – probably just to get some cake at the end!

In support of this local event, many of our Stomp team helped at various locations at the Salisbury Half Marathon.  This included providing well received water stations as seen in the photo and also cakes at the finish line kindly donated by some of our many fans!

A few of our braver (or mad) members actually ran the Half Marathon – probably just to get some cake at the end!

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