Submit your Treasure Trail answer and you could win £100 in our Monthly Prize Draw!
So there is real treasure!
Each month, one correct Trail answer is drawn at random and one lucky Trailer will win £100.
Of course, the main aim of Treasure Trails is to get people out and about exploring in a way that is fun, healthy and informative. But to spice up the competition, Trailers have the chance to win a cash prize of £100 per month.
How does it work?
We put all correct answers from each month into a random draw for one lucky Trailer - it’s that simple!
So all you have to do is remember to submit your answer online every time you finish a Trail. As well as the chance of winning £100, there’s a certificate you can download if you solved the mystery, and of course, you will be able to find out all the correct answers and where they can be found. If you aren't the lucky winner, don’t worry, you’re still a ‘winner’ in our eyes for getting out there exploring and completing the Trail!
You can enter as many times as you want as long as you comply with the competition rules.
So the more correct Trail answers you enter over the year the better your chances are of winning some real treasure!
So stop reading and start planning your next Trail adventure! You never know - it could be you winning £100 next month!
October 2017 winner
Super-sleuth Andrew Kwiatek loved solving the Henley-on-Thames Murder Mystery themed Treasure Trail. After hearing that he is the October £100 prize winner I think he is going to love it even more!
September 2017 winner
Congratulations to June Love, who said that she just Loves the Trails (see what I did there?!). June was drawn at random from all correct entries submitted in September to win £100! The Trail... Leek in Staffordshire.
August 2017 winner
Congratulations to Helen Gunshon, who successfully solved the Selby Treasure Trail in August, submitted her answer, and was drawn at random to win the £100 prize! Well done Helen, delighted to hear that you loved the Trail as well.
July 2017 winner
Step aside Sherlock, there is a new detective in town (or should I say St Andrews!) Linda Mackay was drawn at random from all correct answers submitted in July to be our £100 Trail prize winner!
June 2017 Winner
Catherine Rule not only successfully found the location of the missing treasure whilst solving the Ashford in the Water Treasure Trail, but she was also drawn at random to be the £100 prize winner for June!
If you have done a Trail, don't forget to submit your answer to be in with a chance of winning £100!
May 2017 Winner
It was a great first outing for Katy Unwin when she embarked on the Rochester Treasure Trail. Not only did she solve the mystery and give the Trail and 10/10, but she was also drawn at random from all correct entries made in May to be our £100 prize winner!
April 2017 Winner
A day out hunting for treasure on Cornwall's south coast, led to Chris Dewar submitting a correct entry to the Mevagisey Treasure Trail and being drawn at random from all correct entries in April, to be our £100 prize winner!
March 2017 Winner
Tracey Wright was last seen super sleuthing around Essex solving the Tiptree to Tollesbury Murder Mystery themed Treasure Trail. She successfully submitted a correct answer to the Trail and was drawn at random to be our £100 winner for March - well done Tracey!
February 2017 winner
Andrew Mellor and his family braved the winter weather and successfully solved the Ambleside Treasure Trail. His answer was drawn at random from all correct answers submitted in February to win £100!
Apparently they did the Trail as boys v girls and the girls won...does this mean they get the £100?! (victorious team pictured below)
January 2017 winner
Super spy Karen Vass, successfully submitted her answer to the Goring-on-Thames Spy Mission Treasure Trail, and was drawn at random to win the £100 prize for January. Last I heard, she was putting this towards a replica James Bond Aston Martin car... not far to go Karen!
December 2016 winner
Super Trailer Susan Perkins (she has done over 150 Treasure Trails!) was drawn at random to be the £100 prize winner for December. Amongst other Trails she successfully submitted a correct answer for within December, it was the Dursley Trail in Gloucestershire which scooped her the treasure!
Don't worry, you don't need to do over 150 Trails to be the winner, as many previous prize winners are first time Trailers!
Congratulations to Jane Guard who not only successfully submitted her answer to the Goathland Trail in North Yorkshire, but was drawn at random from all correct answers received in October to win £100!
September 2016 winner
Congratulations goes to Hilary Pitchford this month for successfully solving the Shrewsbury Murder Mystery Treasure Trail. Hilary was randomly selected from all correct answers submitted in September to win £100 (or 14.3 Treasure Trails!).
"Wow I am so surprised, I never win anything. My husband and I really enjoy doing the treasure trails and you get to see so much of a place, we already have one for Liverpool when we go in November, and I am sure there will be plenty more in the future – thank you so much!"
Thank you for the lovely feedback Lesley!
Don't forget to submit your Trail answer and you could be the £100 winner for September!
July 2016 winner
An enjoyable explore of Cumbria's Cockermouth resulted in real treasure for Neil Corbett as he successfully submitted his answer to the Trail and was drawn at random to win £100 - congratulations Neil!
"Wahoo! That's the biggest thing I've ever won. £50 an hour to do something I enjoy. Not bad eh?"
June 2016 winner
Serial Trailer Gail Robinson was picked at random from all correct entries submitted in June to win £100! Having completed 6 Trails in 3 months, it was Warwick Murder Mystery Trail which proved lucky for Gail - here's to your next 6 Trails Gail!
Lewis & Morse solve the mystery again! Well, Lewis did...as Anne Lewis correctly submitted her answer to the Winchester City and Castle Murder Mystery Treasure Trail in May to win £100! (excuse the poor pun Anne!)
April 2016 winner
"There be real treasure here!"
Well, there is for Jonathan and Sebastian Saundry who successfully solved the Dundee City Treasure Hunt themed Trail in April, and were drawn at random from all correct Trail answers to be our April £100 prize winner!
March 2016 winner
Working her way around the streets of London, Joanne Fox succesfully solved the Highgate Treasure Hunt themed Trail and was drawn from all correct entries from March to win £100! Congratulations Joanne, and we look forward to more Treasure Trails adventures from you!
February 2016 winner
Super sleuth Keir Esson successfully submitted his answer to The Regent's Park Murder Mystery Treasure Trail and was drawn at random from all of our correct entries for February to win £100!