DAY THREE AND ALREADY 44 MILES COVERED!
This morning the march left Chepstow Drill Hall for stage 3. Today has been a tough day for the lovely ladies as both yesterday and today have been 16 and 17 mile stages, back to back and the longest sections across the entire route. The group arrived to a fabulous welcome committee on Horfield Common where emotions ran high. The ladies said that this stage was the loneliest so far and they kept their spirits flying by singing old Greenham Songs which a wonderful marcher by the name of Clare is collating and trying to preserve for the history of Greenham Women. Going along the route cars are tooting their horns in support and shouting messages of encouragement which is fantastic to hear. If you can cheer them on at any stage, send messages of reassurance and inspiration or share their story and pictures and be involved in this piece of living history it would be a huge boost to the marchers and the cause. The march ended in live music by the Bristol Quakers House on a balmy summer evening with friendships rekindled and stories shared. Check out the amazing pictures and links following all of the days progress and don't forget that you can follow the marchers on their route every day via the live-map page.