Of course all members of the shadow cabinet will be travelling the length and breadth of the country during the campaign, but there will doubtless be particular interest in the constituencies which David Cameron visits. This will be a record of those visits (N.B. Target numbers are based on the figures of the notional majorities calculated by Profs Rallings and Thrasher at the University of Plymouth).
Wednesday 5th May
Mr Cameron campaigned through the night, meeting night shift workers at WEC Engineering’s base in Rossendale and Darwen (Target 77), another visit to Ed Balls' Morley and Outwood seat (Target 196), where he went to a Morrisons supermarket distribution centre. By dawn he was with fishermen in the fishing port of Great Grimsby (Target 214). Then it was on to Nottinghamshire, visiting the Sir John Sherbrooke Junior School in Calverton in the Sherwood constituency (Target 152). By lunchtime he had travelled across to the West MIdlands to visit an ambulance station in Dudley North (Target 106). It was then on to Wales, where he paid a mid-afternoon visit to a school, Ysgol Daffyd Llwyd, in Montgomeryshire (Target 210) - meaning he has visited all four constituent parts of the UK in the last 24 hours. It was then on to Bristol for a final campaign rally (pictured) at Brunel's Old Station in the Bristol West consituency, whcih borders more marginal Bristol North West (Target 54) and Bristol East (Target 170).
Tuesday 4th May
The day began with campaigning in Hendon (Target 73) for Matthew Offord, after which Mr Cameron flew to Northern Ireland to speak at a rally in Strangford, County Down. It is the seat that was held by Iris Robinson in the last Parliament for the DUP, but is being contested by Mike Nesbitt for the Conservaitves and Unionists at this election. It was then back in the air to travel to a rally in Renfrewshire East (Target 138) to support Richard Cook. He then travelled down the motorway to Carlisle (Target 132) where he visited night shift workers at the Carlisle Fire and Rescue station (pictured).
Monday 3rd May
A bank holiday, but a busy day for David Cameron, which started at the Chepstow Community Garden in Blackpool North and Cleveleys (Target 79) with local candidate Paul Maynard. He then went back to London where he visited the City of London Academy in the Bermondsey and Old Southwark constituency with Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt, Hugh Robertson and sports stars Gavin Hastings and James Cracknell to promote an Olympics-style school sports competition. He then addressed the Citizens UK Assembly in Westminster before being interviewed for Sky News by Adam Boulton - after which he addressed a rally in Feltham in the Feltham and Heston seat (Target 182) where Mark Bowen is the Tory candidate.
Sunday 2nd May
After being interviewed by Andrew Marr, David Cameron headed for Cornwall, where he addressed a rally of supporters in Newquay in the new St Austell and Newquay (Target 119) constituency being contested by Caroline Righton. He then went up to North Wales where he went campaigning at a Tesco store in Holywell in Delyn (Target 186) with local candidate Antoinette Sandbach.
Saturday 1st May
The first visit of the day was to the Lister General Hospital in Stevenage (Target 72) with candidate Stephen McPartland. He then spent some time campaigning in Woodstock in his own Witney constituency before going to Dagenham and Rainham (Target 151) where he visited the Rush Green Medical Centre before addressing a party rally with locsal candidate Simon Jones.
Friday 30th April
Having stayed overnight in the West Midlands, David Cameron visited the Western Springs Community Primary School in Rugeley, which is in the Cannock Chase constituency (Target 198), with local candidate Aidan Burley (pictured). He then went on to Landau Forte College in Derby North (Target 154) with Conservative candidate Stephen Mold.
Thursday 29th April
The day of the final leader's debate in Birmingham and David Cameron's only engagement of the day was a visit to Birmingham Children's Hospital, which is in the Birmingham Ladywood constituency.
Wednesday 28th April
David Cameron visited a coca-coal bottling plant with Ken Clarke in Ed Balls' constituency of Morley and Outwood (Target 196) where Antony Calvert is the Conservative challenger.
Tuesday 27th April
David Cameron highlighted the Tory agenda for mending the broken society by giving a speech to the Centre for Social Justice (at a venue in the Vauxhall constituency) along with former Eastenders actress Brooke Kinsella, whose brother was murdered a couple of years ago. Afterwards they visited a nearby youth project and did a question and asnwer session for Radio 1. In the afternoon Mr Cameron visited the the Bolton Lads and Girls Club (pictured) with Helen Newlove, who husband Gary was kicked to death by teenagers in 2007. That is in Bolton North East (Target 115) where Deborah Dunleavy is standing and was the Tory leader's second visit to Bolton of the campaign.
Monday 26th April
David Cameron started the day by speaking at a press conference (pictured) at CCHQ before heading to Southampton University, where there are two Labour seats which the party had not seriously been targeting until now: Southampton Test (Target 180) where Jeremy Moulton is standing and Southampton Itchen (Target 199) where Royston Smith is the Conservative candidate. He then went on to to the nearby Lib Dem held seat of Romsey and Southampton North (Target 4) where Caroline Nokes is standing for the second successive election.
Sunday 25th April
David Cameron's first engagement of the day was to address a rally (pictured) of the Birkenshaw, Birstall and Gomersal Parents' Alliance with Michael Gove in Gomersal, which is in the West Yorkshire constituency of Batley and Spen (Target 133) where Janice Small is the candidate. He later held a community meeting at Stockton Sixth Form College in the constituency of Stockton South (Target 131) where James Wharton is standing for the Conservatives.
Saturday 24th April
David Cameron's only political engagement of the day was addressing a rally in Thurrock (Target 125), where Jackie Doyle-Price is the Conservative candidate. He then took the rest of the day off to attend the wedding of his sister, Clare.
Friday 23rd April
It's St George's Day and David Cameron toured Leadenhall Market in London (located within the Conservative seat of Cities of London and Westminster) with Boris Johnson to mark the occasion. He then went on to the capital's Fashion Retail Academy (also in the Two Cities seat) for a meeting with business leaders, including Sir Philip Green, who gave him an endorsement. He then recorded an interview with Jeremy Paxman for screening later in the evening.
Thursday 22nd April
David Cameron's only campaign trail engagement was to meet veterans from Iraq, Afghanistan and the Falklands in Exeter (Target 167) with the local candidate Hannah Foster, to mark the launch of the party's Armed Forces manifesto. He then spent the rest of the day preparing for the second leaders' debate in Bristol, going afterwards to meet party activists in Bristol North West (Target 54) with the local candidate, Charlotte Leslie.
Wednesday 21st April
Mr Cameron began the day in Cornwall, speaking to students at Cornwall College in Saltash, in Cornwall South East (Target 112), where Sheryll Murray is the standing for the Conservatives. On the way out he was hit on the shoulder by an egg. Later on he spoke to a crowd in Torquay in the Torbay constituency (Target 57) where Marcus Wood (with whom he is pictured here) is the second-time Conservative candidate.
Tuesday 20th April
David Cameron launched plans to deal with unemployment and visited two key seats in Staffordshire. He spoke at Marston's brewery in Burton (Target 44) in support of local candidate Andrew Griffith) before going walkabout in Tamworth (Target 56) with Chris Pincher, during which he unmasked the Daily Mirror chicken.
Monday 19th April
David Cameron spoke to supporters and local businessmen at Kennington Business Park in the Vauxhall constituency in the morning. He then went on to speak at Varndean Sixth Form College (pictured) in the Brighton Pavilion constituency (Target 127) where Charlotte Vere is standing for the Conservatives - which has two neighbouring key targets too, Brighton Kemptown (Target 45) and Hove (Target 10)
Sunday 18th April
David Cameron visited the charity Islamic Relief Worldwide, which is based in the Birmingham Ladywood constituency. In the afternoon, he used the garden of the Sun Inn in Swindon to lauch the party's Older Peopl manifesto. Swindon is the site of two key marginal seats: Swindon South (Target 32) where Robert Bucland is the Conservative candidate and Swindon North (Target 60) where Justin Tomlinson is standing.
Saturday 17th April
The main engagement of the day for the Tory leader was a rally in Gloucester (Target 123) in support of Conservative candidate, Richard Graham. Later in the day he did a walkabout in his own Witney constituency.
Friday 16th April
The morning after the TV debate in Manchester, David Cameron headed to Nantwich in the Crewe and Nantwich constituency which Edward Timpson gained at the 2008 by-election (but which would otherwise have been on paper Target 147). At the Brine Leas High School they were joined by Take That's Gary Barlow to launch the School Stars competition (pictured). It was then on to North Wales for the launch of the Welsh Conservatives' manifesto in Prestatyn in the Vale of Clwyd constituency (Target 140) being contested by Matt Wright. Finally, Mr Cameron headed down to the West Midlands and the marginal seat of Wolverhampton South West (Target 50) where he visited an Asda supermarket with candidate Paul Uppal.
Thursday 15th April
Having stayed overnight in the North of England, Mr Cameron visited a charity centre in Halifax (Target 80) where Philip Allott is standing, before spending the rest of the day preparing for the TV debate in being held Manchester.
Wednesday 14th April
David Cameron began the day by visiting 'Women Like Us', a social enterprise supporting mothers looking for flexible work and businesses seeking part-time staff, which is in the Bermondsey and Old Southwark constituency. He then flew north to visit BAE Systems at Barrow-in-Furness in the Barrow and Furness constituency (Target 121) where John Gough is the Conservative candidate. In the evening he spoke at a campaign rally in Bury, where David Nuttall is contesting Bury North (Target 46) and Michelle Wiseman is contesting Bury South (Target 211).
Tuesday 13th April
David Cameron's day was dominated by the launch of the manifesto at Battersea Power Station in Battersea (Target 9) where Jane Ellison is candidate. He made no other campaign visits during the day, instead having members of the shadow cabinet travelling across the country for regional launches of the manifesto.
Monday 12th April
The day began for Mr Cameron in Reading West (Target 108) at the builders'' merchant Jewson, where he spoke in support of local candidate Alok Sharma. He then headed bacl towards London, where he visited the Fullers brewery in Chiswick (pictured), which is in the Brentford and Isleworth constituency (Target 75) being contested by Mary Macleod. Later in the afternoon, he visited Loughborough (Target 36) to speak at a rally in support of Nicky Morgan.
Sunday 11th April
Mr Cameron spent part of the day in Sutton Coldfield, not on poltical business, but joining Sir Ian Botham for a leg of his charity walk in aid of Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. He later returned to his own Witney constituency.
Saturday 10th April
David Cameron visited Kingston Hospital with Zac Goldsmith as the hospital falls within the boundaries of the constituency he is fighting, Richmond Park (Target 65). He then went on to Sutton and Cheam (Target 59) where he joined Philippa Stroud on the campaign trail in Cheam village.
Friday 9th April
David Cameron started the day in Hammersmith (Target 78) with Conservative candidate Shaun Bailey, where they visited the SPEAR training centre (pictured). Mr Cameron then went on to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, to meet Chelsea Pensioners with Boris Johnson in the new Chelsea and Fulham seat which will be defended by Greg Hands. The Tory leader then flew up to Scotland where he visited a Stewart Milne Group factory in the Aberdeenshire West and Kincardine constituency (Target 175), where Alex Johnstone MSP is the Conservative candidate.
Thursday 8th April
After the launch of the National Citizen Service with Sir Michael Caine in Westminster, the pair visited Southwark's Globe Academy in the Bermondsey and Old Southwark constituency with Conservative candidate, Loanna Morrison. David Cameron then went to Norwich where Chloe Smith is defending the by-election gain of Norwich North (which would otherwise have been Target 162) and Antony Little is standing in Norwich South (Target 157). In the evening, he went to a community meeting in Plymouth, where Oliver Colvile is fighting Plymouth Sutton and Devonport (Target 105) and Matthew Groves is standing in Plymouth Moor View (Target 184)
Wednesday 7th April
David Cameron cycled into Westminster before spending the morning preparing for and then doing Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons. He then travelled up to Bolton, where two key target seats are situated, both with female candidates, which coincidentally appear next to each other on the target list: Bolton West (Target 114) and Bolton North East (Target 115), where Susan Williams and Deborah Dunleavy are standing. He addressed workers at the Warburton's bakery there (pictured) before going to an evening event at a cash and carry warehouse in Cardiff, the city where Jonathan Evans hopes to return to the Commons as MP for Cardiff North (Target 22).
Tuesday 6th April
After launching the campaign at County Hall, London, the first port of call was Birmingham Edgbaston (Target 39), where he visited the Queen Elizabeth Hospital with Conservative candidate Deirdre Alden. In the evening he spoke to party members at an event in the city of Leeds, home to several target seats, including Leeds North West (Target 95) and Leeds North East (Target 148) where Julia Mulligan and Matthew Lobley are standing - with a number of other key targets nearby in West Yorkshire.