Our Events

All our events are designed to introduce more people to British pilgrimage, raise funds for the BPT, and to help establish a network of British pilgrim sleep-spots.

Come along, have an amazing time, and support the revival of British Pilgrimage.

 

Click to see all our events listed on Eventbrite  

 

 

Arundel Castle Gardens

Sat 21st – Sun 22nd July 2018: A 2-day Pilgrimage from Arundel to Bramber 19 miles over 2 days
£150 per person (includes breakfast and lunch on Sunday, a night’s accommodation inc. sleeping kit);
£275 when two tickets are purchased together (£50 off);

Make Pilgrimage along ancestral paths, over hillforts and mounds to the last surviving pilgrim hostel in South England, via Arundel Castle, Cissbury Ring, once the largest hill fort in Europe, Chanctonbury Ring, and the Norman Steyning Church before finishing at St Mary’s House, Bramber, an old pilgrim’s rest house with a holy well and buried Templar Chapel.

More Info & Book 21st-22nd July

 

View from Rye Church Tower

Sat 25th Aug 2018: A 1-day Pilgrimage from Icklesham to Rye  7 miles in 1 day
£45 per person, or £80 for two tickets when bought together.
Make Pilgrimage to the twin holy hill towns of East Sussex – Winchelsea and Rye – starting at a deeply peaceful church at Icklesham twinned with its ancient yew tree, the acoustic atmosphere of the rushes and birds on Pett Level, through the ancient portal of New Gate into the holy hill town of Winchelsea with its glorious stained glass, and Camber Castle where you first glimpse the Cathedral of East Sussex rise in front of you, with its tower topping the cobbled town of Rye.

More Info & Book 25th Aug

 

Patrixbourne Portal

Sun 26th Aug 2018: A 1-day Pilgrimage to Canterbury (The Last Day of the Old Way) – 7.5 miles in 1 day
£45 per person, or £80 for two tickets when bought together.
At the eastern end of the Old Way, lies Canterbury – an ancient Roman city, whose streets have worn smooth with the footsteps of saints and pilgrims. Follow us as we walk the same paths they once trod, via the Well Chapel, Bekesbourne, a source of pure spring water, located next to a ruined medieval chapel; Fordwich; St Martin’s Church, the oldest church in Britain and finally Canterbury, the home of Christianity in England; which has welcomed pilgrims for over a thousand years, sheltering both springs and saints – this ancient city is the culmination of the Old Way.

More Info & Book 26th Aug