Monday 8th July


Newark offers Newark Castle before lunch is planned at Kelham Hall, directly on the route, a weddings amd events venue that also hosts themed dining experiences, including Murder Mystery and Fawlty Towers on Friday evenings.

Southwell offers The Workhouse – a best surviving example of the Victorian work scheme for the destitute. Then Southwell Minster, with its pepper pot towers, is the next cathedral on the Big TOE.

‘Time Permiting!’ – The Museum of Timekeeping – Upton, near Newark

The route for the day ends just outside Nottingham at the village of Calverton, where a round of golf at Mr Mulligan’s Pirate Golf is anticipated.


7.30am Lincoln Cathedral
11.30am Newark Castle (mile 16.5)
12.30 – 1.30pm Kelham Hall (mile 18)

2.30pm – Museum of Timekeeping – Upton (mile 21) – Vicki to tour
The Workhouse (mile 22) – Vicki to Tour
4pm – 5pm Southwell Minster (mile 23)

5pm Calverton (30 miles)
Mr Mulligan’s Pirate Golf  – last tee off 6.15pm

Dress Code: The Pirates of Nick Faldo