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With the old English name of Elmeslac, Helmsley predates the Domesday Book. It was first settled in around 3,000 BC and small farming communities lived in the town throughout the Neolithic period, Bronze and Iron Ages and into Roman times. The lands around Helmsley were held by William the Conqueror’s brother. You can still visit the ruins of the Norman castle, and see ancient oak trees in Duncombe Park dating from this time.

The oldest surviving house in Helmsley is the medieval Canon’s Garth, the vicarage. The Norman castle, dating back over 900 years, evolved over the centuries, from a mighty medieval fortress to a luxurious Tudor mansion, to a Civil War stronghold and a romantic Victorian ruin. It is open all year round for visitors to enjoy, under the care of English Heritage. The Walled Gardens also enjoy a historic past, tracing their roots back to 1759.

How to enter the Duncombe Park Running Festival- Helmsley

  1. Ultra

    Run 32mi
    £34
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  2. Marathon

    Run 26.2mi
    £29–£31
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  3. Half Marathon

    Run 21km
    £19–£21
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  4. 20 miles

    Run 20mi
  5. 10k

    Run 10km
    £18–£20
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Duncombe Park Running Festival- Helmsley weather forecast

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

22°C
Predicted highs
12°C
Predicted lows
IconLight breeze possible, up to 6mph

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