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28th and 29th of September 2o24

Insurance and Welfare

Legal details regarding Competition Insurance and the Welfare Officer

This event is insured under British Fencing event insurance, details of which can be found here.

Event Licence ID: #38991

The organisers reserve the right to enforce the conditions of this insurance.

The Welfare Officer for this competition is

Robin Paterson

If you have any issues during the course of the competition and you feel that you cannot personally bring them to the attention of the organisers please feel free to talk to Robin.

You can also contact Robin in confidence any time during the event:

Home: 01343 541 302

Mobile: 07745 011 337

The emergency contact number for the day of the competition is:

Mobile: 07745 011 337

Can you help us?

We are always looking for volunteers: referees, directoire helpers, and cafe staff

Competitions like the Highland Open can't run without a little help from the fencing community. If you think you can offer some of your time please don't hesitate to get in contact via the link below. 

Likewise, please use this link to get in contact with us if you have any other questions concerning the competition.


Two Poules, followed by Direct Elimination.

The competition will consist of two rounds of poules. The first poule will be seeded by British Ranking, the second from the results of the first and the Direct elimination will be seeded from the second round of poules only



Entry Fee: 

Late entries may be accepted, at the discretion of the organisers, and will be subject to the late entry fees below:

LATE ENTRY RATES - After Closing Date


Open to all British Fencing members.

You will need a full competitive membership of British Fencing to compete in this event. You can register for membership here: 

GO Online Entry

Location - Elgin, Moray

Scottish Gaelic: Eilginn, Scots: Ailgin

Venue Address:

Elgin High School,

High School Drive,


IV30 6UD

Elgin  is a town (former cathedral city) and Royal Burgh in MorayScotland. It is the administrative and commercial centre for Moray. The town originated to the south of the River Lossie on the higher ground above the floodplain. Elgin is first documented in the Cartulary of Moray in 1190 AD. It was created a Royal Burgh in the 12th century by King David I of Scotland and by that time had a castle on top of the present day Lady Hill to the west of the town.

What's Nearby?

Accommodation, Attractions, Activities, Events, Food & Drink

More information can be found on the Visit Scotland website.

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