August Pilgrimage starting from St Austell

2nd – 7th August, Mid Cornwall Pilgrimage

To follow on from the up and coming Solstice pilgrimage in west Cornwall we are now offering a pilgrimage focusing on the area between St Austell and Bodmin Moor. Meeting at St Austell railway station, it is just a short walk to connect with the Michael Line at the atmospheric Menacuddle Holy Well. On this pilgrimage we will be covering slightly shorter distances, averaging 7-8 miles/ day.

From the Clay country via the Eden Project and the exquisite valleys of Luxulyan and the Fowey river we will head over Bodmin Moor where spirituality and the landscape are so closely entwined. We have some beautiful places to stay on route and as with our other pilgrimages, we aim to integrate periods of silence with ceremony, sharing in community and seeking a deep connection with ourselves and the earth.

Our pilgrimage will begin on Friday morning and will end on the following Wednesday afternoon at North Hill, with a taxi booked to transport people to the nearest mainline station at Liskeard.

Many sites of spiritual significance will be visited along the way and we will incorporate appropriate ceremonies which we will co-create to enhance our sense of the sacred.
The pilgrimage is being offered on a sliding scale of between £130 and £180 according to income. This cost will include campsite fees and all meals. Food will be nourishing, vegetarian and where possible organic.
If you feel inspired to join us on this or another of our group pilgrimages do get in touch.

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