Amazon Bestseller in Books Hive Top 10 Monthly Bestseller Radio 4 Interview with co-author Nick Mayhew-Smith Livestream dialogue between co-authors Nick Mayhew-Smith and Guy Hayward Telegraph Times Country Walking Waitrose Weekend Town & Country Catholic Herald Gasholder (London Magazine)
Anglesey Pilgrimage in Saturday Telegraph Travel’s Seaside Feature – June 27th 2020. Digital version here.
This week, the BPT and the Association of English Cathedrals (AEC) got together again, a collaboration forged for 2020 Year of Cathedrals Year of Pilgrimage, and launched new *covid-compliant circular* day pilgrim routes exploring over 27 cathedral cities and the stories that made them. Have a read of the AEC’s article, and visit our webpage showing you […]
For full Telegraph Travel article, click here. And to explore the Glastonbury Water Way, click here.
Last year, the BPT collaborated with English Heritage to create 10 new pilgrimage routes that connected their heritage sites of ruined churches, chapels and prehistoric ritual sites. They collected all of these here on their website. The pilgrim routes were so popular with their members that they have repeated it this year too, printing the […]
Robbie Hodges reports in the Suitcase Magazine on the growing appeal of pilgrimages and how they can be personalised for many different purposes. Robbie interviews Guy Hayward, whom he describes as a ‘pilgrim liberal’! The main radical examples Robbie introduces are LGBTQ+ pilgrimage destinations in Brompton (Emmeline Pankhurst Grave), Rievaulx (gay icon St Aelred), Bournemouth […]
Holly Tuppen has written this wonderful piece on the Imbolc/Candlemas Avebury pilgrimage on 3rd February, 2020, in the Guardian published on 19 February. The pilgrimage was co-led by Guy Hayward, Charlotte Pulver and Chris Park.
Comprehensive and funny article by William Cash for Times 2 on Monday 13th January 2020, launching the cathedral pilgrimages project, mentioning the English Heritage project, and also ChoralEvensong.org. PDF embedded below, hover you cursor over the image and click the arrows to move the pages.