We now expect the celebrations in Charmouth to be at the end of June or early July.
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Trevor's Boot Relay
Trevors Boot Relay has now passed into Somerset, reaching Castle Cary and have completed more than 337 miles which is more than half of The Monarch's Way. The celebration for completion of Book 2 when Trevor's Boots reach Charmouth has been delayed by Bad Weather and Holidays, we now expect the celebrations to be at the end of June or early July.
As a token of their respect for Trevor Antill, the Minders of the Monarch's Way Association are carrying Trevor's Boots for one last time along the full length of the Monarch's Way. Trevor Antill the creator of the Monarch's Way and founder of the Monarch's Way Association, died unexpectedly on Sunday, 29th August 2010. Trevor is a huge loss not only to his family but also to the walking fraternity.
As would have been his wish, the work on the Monarch's Way will continue through the team of Minders and Association members. The ultimate aim is to see the Monarch's Way designated as a National Trail. Caring for the route and promoting it will be a fit testimonial to Trevor.
This picture shows the Monarch's Way Team on tour with Trevor at the heart of things as he always was.
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