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.
Fri 13 March: The Water Way from Glastonbury Springs to the Holy Wells of Wells. 12 miles. £60 for a single pilgrim, £50 each for two pilgrims, £30 each for godparent and godchild.
Walk with BPT’s Guy Hayward and Charlotte Pulver. These two great spiritual centres of pilgrimage are 12 miles apart, so be prepared, but this wonderful route is totally worth it. You will see many of the key sacred points of this magical Somerset landscape, including the Chalice Red and White Springs under the Glastonbury Tor; the Gog & Magog oak trees; eventually approaching the Wells of Wells; and finally resting in the Cathedral to listen to the beautiful Choral Evensong waft over you at the end of the long day.
Sat 21 March: The Old Way – A 1-day section from Nutbourne to Chichester Cathedral. 10 miles. £60 for a single pilgrim, £50 each for two pilgrims, £30 each for godparent and godchild.
Make pilgrimage with BPT’s Project Leader of the Old Way, Alice Attlee through Saxon and Roman Sussex along the deep south coast, via: Chichester Harbour Channels: Walk round the picturesque Nutbourne, Bosham and Fishbourne channels that feed into the West Chichester coastline. Chidham: The birthplace of St Cuthman (the Wheelbarrow Saint). Bosham: The oldest site of Christianity in Sussex, and one of Britain’s only featured locations on Ptolemy’s Geographica of 150AD. Chichester: The iconic Cathedral and Bishops’ Palace.
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