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After the celebrations in Stratford, Trevor's Boot Relay continued with Section 19: Stratford-upon-Avon to Long Marston with Annie who was joined by Clive

The picture below shows Annie outside the Manor House (now the King's Lodge).

This is where The King stayed the night, he was still playing the part of a servant. It was here, in the kitchen, that Charles encountered difficulty in winding up the Roasting Jack; a difficulty that could have betrayed him.

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Clive Bostle: Section 20 Long Marston to Chipping Camden

Clive was accompanied by Annie for the first part of the journey. Clive stopped at Hidcote Bartrim to place some Monarch's Way stickers on the very new finger post which Gloucester CC had very kindly errected to improve way marking in that area. 

Clive at journeys end in Chipping Camden

Clive managed to cajole an innocent and somewhat bewildered passer-by into taking a photograph of him with Trevor's Boots in the High Street at the end of the section

Clive handing Trevor's Boots over to David White

David and Kate White, are to carry Trevor's Boots along the next four sections as far as Cirencester, they will be accompanied by various friends along the way.


Sections 21 - 24 Chipping Campden to Cirencester (43.5 miles)

Minders Kate and David White

Day 1, 19th July Chipping Campden to Broadwell.

This was an ideal day for walking, although a fair amount of time was spent nailing new way marks between  Moreton and Longborough due to a farmer having erected new fencing and gates.
David White holding Trevor's Boots at Broadwell Church near Stow-on-the-Wold at the start of Day 2

Day 2, 10th August Broadwell to Farmington.  

 

Good weather on this last but one day of the Olympic games. David and Kate were joined on this part of the trip by Ros and David, who had previously completed several sections with Trevor's Boots
David with Ros, David and Trevor's Boots at the end of Day 2 at Farmington Church

Day 3, 24 August Farmington to Chedworth

David and Kate were accompanied on this leg by John & Sue Foster. John incidentally is a Cotswold warden, and the very next day after the walk, spent 2 hours clearing an overgrown part of the Monarch's Way path between Farmington & Northleach, which is very much appreciated.

Overall the day was rather hot for 11 miles but much better than rain.

The end of this leg, outside an unusual phone box complete with several books!!

Day 4 13th September: Chedworth to Cirencester  

Dave and Kate were accompanied by John and Jean on this section. We all met in Cirencester to start and took one car to Chedworth the start of this leg.

The picture opposite shows the start of this section and the same phone box.

We passed through the lovely village of Baunton, and had a rest on the village green
Very soon the group arrived in Cirencester and were rewarded with refreshment at the tea rooms only 50 yards from this photograph
The boots reached have now reached Cirencester after a beautiful day’s walk of around 9 miles