Let’s work together to make a 1-day pilgrimage route for each cathedral in Britain… Apart from the ones that appear on our Britain’s Routes page, please can you let us know about any other routes with cathedrals as their destination? If you can’t find a route for a cathedral that you love, perhaps you could help me, Guy, create one? See the template below. […]
The Old Way pilgrimage is recommended by the Guardian newspaper as one of Britain’s 20 best British micro breaks! https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/mar/31/20-great-mini-adventures-in-the-uk-britain-walks-cycles-wales-england-scotland
A 1-day pilgrimage in Winchester, with the foreign correspondent of Swiss National Newspaper “Die Neue Zurcher Zeitung”, Markus Haefliger: https://www.nzz.ch/international/glaeubige-und-atheisten-auf-alten-pilgerwegen-ld.1367920
Will and Guy interviewed in Passion Passport, a Californian-based magazine, about their visions of pilgrimage. The Art of Pilgrimage
At the end of May, a farm pilgrimage was made journeying three miles from the source of the River Dickler with over 100 sustainable farmers, finishing at Fir Farm to arrive for the opening session of the Future of UK Farming Conference, led by Michael Gove, DEFRA Minister, and Minette Batters, President of the National Farmers’ […]
“I spent two years walking to every cathedral in England – and made some incredible discoveries” Over the course of two years, the Earl of Selborne undertook to walk to every cathedral in England, and found himself inspired by stunning architecture, amazing music, beautiful countryside – and the occasional canalside pub. Read his wonderful article here.
Click here to read Harriet Sherwood’s article about the recent TV series on BBC2 ‘Pilgrimage: The Road to Santiago’ – in which she mentions The Old Way to Canterbury.
We are very glad to share this article about BPT guided pilgrimages with you which appears in the Spring 2018 Issue of Porter Magazine. Many thanks to Delilah Khomo, Catherine Fairweather and the team at Porter.
Guy from the British Pilgrimage Trust meets Tony Robinson on Channel 4, and sings to him the oldest English song with words and music written down together in c. 1160 – ‘Sainte Marie’ by Saint Godric of Finchale – before taking him to the oldest and largest stone cross on Dartmoor – Nun’s Cross – […]
We are very glad to share this article about the Old Way and the BPT’s work with you. Many thanks to Harriet Compston and the Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/united-kingdom/articles/british-pilgrimage-trust-walks-canterbury/