Walk with the Rector
Are you an avid walker? Do you live somewhere between Exeter (Devon) and Exeter (Oxford)? Can you spare some time for the College? If you answered yes, then we have a challenge for you!
To kick start our 700th Anniversary, the Rector is walking from Exeter to Exeter in late July. Following in the footsteps of Rector Prideaux from the 16th century, and generations of Devonian students, she will be walking this exceptional journey over two weeks.
We need some help in checking her route by those with local knowledge. If you would be willing to walk a section, recommend places to stay, or suggest route alterations, please do get in touch with Katrina Hancock.
The Rector’s proposed route and schedule is outlined below and will continue to be updated over the coming months. The rector will be blogging or tweeting as she goes!
If you would like to join her in the summer for a leg or a day’s walk she would love your company. She will be raising money to fund an bursary for students wishing to take up an unpaid internship that focuses on the environment. To that end, all who join her will be asked to contribute either to this bursary or this year’s Annual Fund. More details to follow but do log your interest with Will Watt.
Rector’s Walk from Exeter to Exeter – proposed route and schedule
25th July – 4th August 2013
Day 1 – Thursday 25th July – Exeter to Honiton
Hand and Pen
Day 2 – Friday 26th July – Honiton to Thorncombe
Day 3 – Saturday 27th July – Thorncombe to Yetminster
Day 4 – Sunday 28th July – Rest Day
Day 5 – Monday 29th July – Yetminster to Charlton Musgrove
Day 6 – Tuesday 30th July – Charlton Musgrove to Rode
Druly Hill Farm
Day 7 – Wednesday 31st August – Rode to Devizes
Kennett and Avon Canal at Bradford on Avon
Mid Wilts Way joins Canal
Day 8 – Thursday 1st August – Rest Day
Day 9 – Friday 2nd August – Devizes to Liddington
Barbury Castle Country Park
Day 10 – Saturday 3rd August – Liddington to Milton Hill
Car Park SE of Ashbury
Car Park S of Sparsholt
A338 (S Wantage)
Day 11 – Sunday 4th August – Milton Hill to Oxford