The first warhead convoy of the year left AWE Burghfield just after midnight on Saturday 9 January, arriving at RNAD Coulport at around 7.00 pm on the same day. The convoy was followed by Nukewatch up the M40 and on to the A46 past Coventry, and then back on to the motorway network on the M6 to Stafford. The convoy continued north on the M6, stopping to change crew near Preston, and then drove into Scotland on the M74. At Stirling it was greeted by protesters, including students from Stirling University. Despite efforts by police to prevent people from photographing the convoy, a number of members of the public have posted video footage on the internet showing the convoy during its journey.
The return trip took place a week later, with the convoy leaving Coulport at around 10.00 am on Saturday 16 January. It again passed through Stirling and then travelled on the M80 past Glasgow in heavy snow. It arrived back at Burghfield early in the morning on Sunday 17 January.