Chaddesley Corbett


Chaddesley Corbett covers a relatively large 6,079 acres, that is 24.6 square kilometres (9.5 sq mi) with over 50 miles of footpaths and bridal-ways, including the “MONARCH’S WAY”, a 625-mile (1,006 km) long-distance footpath in England that approximates the escape route taken by the 21 yr-old King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. It runs from Worcester via Bristol and Yeovil to Brighton and is the country’s longest inland LDWA, making its way through 21 different city and county areas. King Charles, in exile (2 years later - aged 23) Follow Charles’ route with these signs The complete route comes in on marker posts. three stages:- the Midlands, the Cotswolds & Mendips, and the Downs. (Click to enlarge) Trace Charles’ route(s) through Chaddesley by following the ….…….. symbols from the bottom to the top in the middle of the map (as he sought to cross the Severn, westwards) and on the right-hand edge, from the top to the bottom (his travels south).
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