It has been some time since I last updated my page on coastal walkers, so here are the latest additions:
Adam Short set off from Southampton in 2014, and is doing what must be a first: not only is he camping wild whilst walking the coast, but he is also using a pack raft to cross rivers. He has a website at http://uk-coastal-trek.com/aboutadam.asp, with regular updates taking place on his Facebook page
On the 1st May 2015 Steve Cook set off from East Grinstead, walking down to the coast at Brighton to start his anti-clockwise walk around the coast. So far he has reached Dunbar in Scotland. He has a blog at http://www.walkthekingdom.co.uk/the-walk-in-detail/, and is walking in aid of the Drug Free Kids program.
A lady named Melita is currently walking the coast in sections. She set off from London Bridge in January 2013 and has walked the south coast as far as Plymouth in Devon, and the east coast as far as Hedon. She has a blog at http://mgctblog.com/ .
Jimmy Hudson is currently walking the coastline of Scotland in sections; he started from Brewick-on-Tweed on the 3rd August 2011, and he is currently in Drimnin. He has a blog at http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog/jimmyhudson/1/tpod.html.
Rosemary Fretwell and another person are walking the coast in sections. They set off from Bognor in 1998 and are currently on the west coast of England. Their blog is at http://leftatbognor.blogspot.co.uk/.
A group of men are walking Scotland's coast in sections: details of their endeavour can be seen at http://www.walkingscotlandscoast.com. They have currently reached Armadale.
If you know of anyone else who has done, or is doing, the walk, please let me know.