Due to work commitments I am having to do this in stages, because I can't take time off during the week.
This weekend I returned to Cornwall and continued my 271 mile journey from Pendennis Point in Falmouth to The Admiralty in London to raise money for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
You then cycle down the same road for around 1 mile, in to the village to reach the next plaque, on the side of the Arundell Arms.
Follow the signposts in to the village and the plaque is in the main square, opposite the pub.
Again, a lovely spot to stop if you need to and they had a roaring fire when I got there, ready to warm through after getting soaked through!
If you can't own a house on Dartmoor, why not put Dartmoor on your house?
On the main road you will come across The Devonshire Inn, easily spotted by having Port & Starboard lights by the front door. Opposite the main pub you can't miss the outbuilding which has been painted with Horatio Nelson's famous signal given at the Battle of Trafalgar - England expects that ever man will do his duty.
The plaque is also on the side of this building.
This had to be my favourite plaque so far, purely because it had something else alongside it!
Eventually, after a couple more big hills (which, thankfully also meant some speedy downhill segments) I reached Crockernwell.
This was the first plaque to also have the history of The Trafalgar Way next to it (inside the bus shelter) though it had faded somewhat since 2005! It was also on a hill, so slightly out of shot is a hand holding the bike up to stop it heading off without me!
Tedburn St. Mary
Found it eventually anyway!
Anyway, there is a plaque right opposite the pub, next to a letterbox!
Every single piece of information online states that the plaque is on the Guildhall in town. It's not! It's actually in a flowerbed by the council offices.
Also, in case like me, you were wondering... Clyst means clear stream.
My stepdad joined me for the ride today, and as my legs were feeling like lead from Saturday's ride, the company was very welcome!
The plaque is in the town centre next to the church, on the side of what is currently Costa Coffee.
This then heads straight down in to The White Hart Inn in Wilmington before heading on to Kilmington (another Trafalgar Way point but there is no plaque).
We followed the A35 down until we reached the cycle path in to Axminster, over the River Axe. The cycle path was conveniently filled with signs denoting the fact it's The Trafalgar Way!
You can even download it as a GPX file.