Trevor's Boot Relay The End of Book 1 (180 miles)
Monarch's Way 625 miles

Monarch's Way - An Introduction to a 625 mile footpath

Monarch's Way T shirts and Hoodies

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Maps & Postcards of the Monarch's Way

Cotswolds Guide Books & Maps of the Monarch's Way

Trevor's Memorial Bench

Fastest Known Time

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Warwickshire - The Monarch's Way

Monarch's Way in Poetry

Janet's Book 1 Walking Blog

 Route changes in book 1

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Route changes in Book 3

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

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Monarch's Way Hall of Fame

Places to Visit along The Monarch's Way

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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

The Monarch's Way Relay part 13

King Charles II

The Monarch's Way Relay part 14

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Trevor's Boot Relay "Shoreham"


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This was to be a special day, a commemoration of Trevor’s Achievements. Friends came from all parts of the country to celebrate carrying of the Boots 180 miles. The prize for the longest journey goes to John and Gaynor who came all the way from Haywards Heath (West Sussex), really impressive! 

The journey started as Jean received Trevorís Boots from David Thomas.
Minders came from Redditch, Evesham, Gloucester and Walsall to help carry Trevor’s Boots. Annie, Jean, John and John met on the 8.50am X20 bus from Stratford to Wootton Wawen. It was a damp start.David joined us at 9.30am having parked in the Black Bull pub with permission.

We each had signs on our rucksacks indicating our purpose.

We passed through trees with huge carpets of Bluebells stretching deeper into the woods. Later it was fields and fields of yellow rape seeds, the air was heavy with its scent. Ocassional phone calls were made to Janet who was co-ordinating activities of the other members and minders. They were walking from Stratford to meet the boot carriers at the obelisk.    

Soon both groups were together and congratulations abounded.

We walked together into Stratford and took advantage of a free publicity opportunity in the main canal basin in Stratford where the official handover of the Boots took place to Annie who is to walk section 19 Stratford to Long Marston.
Margaret supplied the finishing touch, the green tablecloth.
We retreated to the Red Lion for drinks and Margaret arrived with the magnificent cake which was supplied by Janet.

Janet and Derek who organised the Stratford end and Margaret the wife of Trevor Antill

David, Clive, Margaret and John looking forward to trying a piece of the cake.

Margaret cutting the cake, the wait was over!!