Trevor Antill ACIB 17th February 1937 to 29th August 2010
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

Contact Page

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

Favourite Links

"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"



The late Trevor at work on The Monarch's Way on a brand new Finger Post !!



Trevor John Antill, ACIB was born on the 17th February 1937 and sadly passed away on Sunday, 29th August 2010.

His first job was at Central Electricity Generating Board, where he worked for 12 years.  During this time he did his national service Trevor then joined the Midland Bank where he worked until his retirement in 1991. He worked his way rapidly through the ranks and after passing his banking exams in a very quick time was promoted until finally he was Operations Manager, with the West Midlands and also held the position of “Super Assessor”. 


Trevor with Phil Bradshaw Photo taken 13 August 2007 at Winnyards Gap


Trevor promoting the Monarch's Way with Charles II at the Guild Hall Worcester


The view from Corton Ridge, one of Trevor's favourite places along the Monarch's Way.  This is a site that Margaret and The Monarch's way Association have been given permission to site one of the Memorial Benches. The erection of the Memorial Benches has been made possible thanks to kind and generous donations.

Cadbury (Camelot) Hill Fort is visible in the distance.










Page updated 5th March 2015