Guy Hayward speaks on BBC Radio Leicester about multi-faith pilgrimage and the questions to ask yourself when you choose which pilgrimage route to walk.
The BPT has pioneered what may be Britain’s first Festival Pilgrimage route! Will Parsons, co-founder and original visionary of BPT, has teamed up with Smugglers Festival in East Kent to create a pilgrimage route that festival-goers can follow. Read more: So you want to head along to one of Kent’s best small festival events, for […]
Guardian features the 2019 Turtle Dove pilgrimage, with Will Parsons of the BPT and Sam Lee of Nest Collective, in collaboration with Isabella Tree of Knepp Castle Estate. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/aug/03/silencing-natural-world-can-turtle-dove-be-saved
The Old Way makes the Telegraph’s 20 top walks ‘with added meaning’. BPT co-founder William Parsons tells the Telegraph all about it in this article listing Britain’s top 20 pilgrimage walks, ones with spiritual, heritage and literary ‘added meaning’… Also listed are two routes developed by BPT’s Guy Hayward for the English Heritage project in […]
James Tapper writes on a new pilgrimage route to honour the recently canonised Cardinal Newman’s path from Oxford to Birmingham, which also describes the BPT and why pilgrimages are popular now. Further details of this route will be uploaded to the website as they become available. Ian Skelly also reported this article on BBC Radio […]
BPT’s Dr Guy Hayward speaking with Paul Coia and Debbie McGee on an upcoming guided pilgrimage he is leading for Reading Fringe Festival.
“Join Guy Hayward and Jason Goodwin from the British Pilgrimage Trust to walk a section of the South Dorset Old Stones Way – one of 10 historic trails taking in English Heritage sites en-route.” See the wider project this is part of here.
Melanie McDonagh writes on the BPT in the role of the renaissance of interest of pilgrimage in Britain, including the Old Way to Canterbury, and the work of English Heritage and the Church of England.
John-Paul Flintoff writes of the BPT and its patron Rupert Sheldrake on the power of walking and pilgrimages to heal.
Hugh Thomson writes on the Old Way Pilgrimage’s great potential as a route to help usher in a new era of British pilgrimage, in this article in the Spectator.