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.
Sat 27th July: Reading Fringe Festival Pilgrimage: Sonning via Caversham to Reading Abbey – 6 miles – 11am – 4.30pm – FREE, £0 – Walk the medieval pilgrimage to Our Lady of Caversham, a popular medieval shrine (now a chapel) that Kings, Queens and Noble men made from Windsor Castle, alongside freemen and peasants! We start at Sonning, the site of an Anglo Saxon cathedral, and then on along the River Thames to the shrine chapel and St Annes Well in Caversham before reaching Reading Abbey, the resting place of Henry I (which in 1121 would have cost the equivalent of £500 million to build). Route here.
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