Minders at work along The Monarch's Way
The Monarch's Way

"New" Trevor's Memorial Bench

Monarch's Way Guide Books 3 for £23

Cotswolds - Walk 90 miles along the Monarch's Way

"New Book" The Monarch's Way in Poetry

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Warwickshire - The Monarch's Way

Janet's Book 1 Walking Blog

"NEW"  Route changes in book 1

"UPDATED"  Route changes in Book 2

"NEW"  Route changes in Book 3

"PRICES SLASHED" Satmap Digital mapping of The Monarch's Way

Monarch's Way Map and interconnecting paths

"New" Minder Opportunities

 Temporary Amendments to The Monarch's Way

Monarch's Way Hall of Fame

Places to Visit along The Monarch's Way

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"New Map of" King Charles II Escape route through the midlands

Walks Around The Monarch's Way

Bird News along The Monarch's Way

Amanda's Charity Walk Ham Hill to West Bay

Oak Apple Day 29th May 2012 Guildhall Worcester

'Bulletin Bytes'

The Monarch's Way in 47 days

Changes to the Route of the Monarch's Way

Minder's at work along the Monarch's Way

Trevor Antill ACIB

Trevor's Boot Relay Pictures

Trevor's Boot Relay Pictures part 2

Trevor's Boot Relay Pictures part 3

Trevor's Boot Relay Pictures part 4

Trevor's Boot Relay Pictures part 4A

Trevor's Boot Relay part 5 Book 2

Trevor's Boot Relay part 6

Trevor's Boot Relay part 7

The Monarch's way Relay part 8 (updated)

The Monarch's Way Relay part 9

The Celebration into Charmouth-Trevor's Boot Relay part 10

The Monarch's Way Relay part 11 Book 3

The Monarch's Way Relay Part 12

"New" The Monarch's Way Relay part 13

King Charles II

"New" The Monarch's Way Relay part 14

New Trevor's Boot Relay "Shoreham"



Section:13 Bentley Hall to Halesowen Abbey around Coombeswood is looked after by the Friends of Coombeswood. This group of very commited volunteers have made a real difference to this part of The Monarch's way.

Coombeswood Wedge consists of approximately 70 acres of land upon part of which stood the Coombeswood tube works.

It is located to the side of Mucklow Hill in Halesowen, West Midlands..

Within the boundaries of this land are a number of areas of scientific interest as well as habitats which support a number of red status listed butterflies, moths and birds

Please visit their website http://www.friendsofcoombeswoodwedge.co.uk/  to see the work that they do.


This picture shows the Coombeswood Group in action during one of their clearance days .


The effects of a few months growth on the Monarch's Way
The result of Minder's hard work clearing the Monarch's Way
The New Post -Shepherds Lane, Shawford - after 12 years with thanks to Alan Marlow
A new steel kissing gate on Footpath LWA12/20, Wick, With thanks to South Gloucestershire Council
The new Causeway at Ballands Castle with thanks to South Somerset District council

Section 30: Keynsham to Abbots Leigh before path improvements
Section 30: Keynsham to Abbots Leigh path improvements with thanks to Bristol C C