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We will post latest up-to-date developments here on a regular basis.

Pilgrimage walks. Heading west from Hopton

A community walking group, inspired by our project and initiated by David Kelf have started to walk from the east coast following the Mary Line. These walks are open to anyone and take place on the second Saturday of each month and involve a round trip of 6-8 miles. The first walk on the 14th of April […]

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Peace Day Pilgrim

I just wanted to use our project website to help promote this initiative. Dear Friends, You are cordially invited to an evening of Peace, Passion and Pilgrimage. It is the launch event of Peace Day Pilgrim, a 1200 mile walk, without money, through the UK & Ireland to raise awareness for Global Truce 2012. The evening event […]

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Breaking the silence

The fact that no news has been published on the website over the last couple of months doesn’t mean that activity on the project has come to a halt, its just been going on under the surface, rather like the proverbial duck swimming. A first draft of the guide for the Cornish section of the […]

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The benefits of publicity

Recent articles in a number of publications have boosted the profile of the project and helped to encourage more poeple to become supporters.   An  article in The Chalice, the journal of the Companions of The Chalice Well in Glastonbury in particular is generating a lot of interest, whilst a review of the guidebook  for the pilot section of […]

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Cornish section update

The website has now been updated with a new page and sketched maps indicating the route the pilgrimage will follow up through Cornwall. There is also a range of photograghs displayed in new galleries which give a flavour of some of the varied landscapes and rich diversity of sacred sites visited along the way.

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