News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

409 letters later
After weeks of painstakingly carving 409 letters, the North Marker is nearly ready for installation...
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06/10/2014
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At the end of the first week's carving
Work on the start / end marker for Chipping Campden has been continuing apace. Read on to see Iain’s progress from the past couple of weeks…September ...
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Nathan Montague at 27 miles
The new record stands at 19 hours and 31 minutes! Read on and be amazed... On the 30th September, Nathan Montague of Marlborough ran the entire ...
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19/09/2014
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The first letter
The first cut!The carving of the Chipping Campden Marker has begun ... with an N.
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19/09/2014
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Easel
Since the stone for the Chipping Campden marker (see below) was delivered a couple of weeks ago, Iain has been busy with the expert task ...
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Artist's Impression
 After months of work by community groups in Chipping Campden, funds have finally been raised to start work on an end marker for the Cotswold ...
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04/08/2014
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Cath Pye
Dyrham Park is one of the highlights of the Cotswold Way, but it is under threat of a leaking roof in desperate need of repair. In order to help raise ...
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Front cover sq
The Cotswold Way is to feature in a new book on the world's greatest walks...Writing in 1921 John Drinkwater described the Cotswold country as ...
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Circular walk sign
The Cotswold Way is not just a long distance path for long distance walkers. A short walk anywhere along its length will lead you right to the heart ...
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Rick's family and friends
 Rick Charles, Cotswold Way Volunteer Warden, died 21stJuly 2013 aged 59. He was a trained Solicitor who loved flying, airplanes and the natural ...
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