TT Secretary's Notices


Now training is underway, it is an appropriate time for a few reminders so that the Challenges continue to enjoy the support of Dartmoor’s landowners, authorities, farmers and communities. The key message is:

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To encourage you to park off the moor, Okehampton Camp is available
every Saturday and Sunday in February.

This facility for unloading, loading and parking is only open to those
who have notified the Ten Tors Secretary that they will be training on

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Wed 27 Jan — Entry Fee Payment Deadline - 31 Jan 16

All team Managers are to note that the payment deadline for entry of teams for the Ten Tors Challenge and Jubilee Challenge 2016 is 31 Jan 16.

Payment methods are as follows:

The preferred method of payment is via PayPal. Team Managers can administer this by logging in on Ten Tors Website, to access their respective invoice and then make payment through PayPal.

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Mon 25 Jan — Subject Heading on all Correspondence

Could all TMs please ensure they put their Establishment Code and name in the subject heading when sending emails as without this we do not know who you are. Thank you.

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This is a reminder that payments are due by 2359hrs 31 Jan 16. After that time, any team or individual allocated places not paid for will be withdrawn. You can check on the Ten Tors or Jubilee Challenge Team Lists that your payment has been received.

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Message from SO1 Ten Tors

Headquarters 1st Artillery Brigade and South West changes

The announcement of SDSR 15 has meant subtle change is required at Headquarters 1st Artillery Brigade and South West. To ensure that the requirements of the Army are met, the Brigade will split early in 2016 with the Regional Point of Contact (RPoC) element coming under Command of Colonel Toby Bridge and reporting directly to the Major General at Regional Command (2* HQ).

Whilst change always brings uncertainty, please be confident that there will be no reduction in the level of support or priority given to the Ten Tors and Jubilee Challenge. As the whole activity is widely recognised as a key multiplier in youth outreach, adventurous and arduous activity and as an opportunity for wider development.

The delivery team of Lieutenant Colonel Peter Bates (SO1), Major Mark Edward (SO2 & TT Secretary) and Warrant Officer Erica Butler (SO3) will continue to work hard to ensure all areas of work are covered. And we look forward to enabling another successful year.


Ten Tors is open to teams of six, in any male/female combination - aged between 14 and 19 - from schools, youth organisations (Scouts, Guides, Youth Clubs) and Service cadets based in the seven Counties of South West England.