We will post latest up-to-date developments here on a regular basis.
October 24th, 2011
The project has recently been involved in organising and leading a series of pilgrimage walks following stretches of Mary/Michael Pilgrims Way on Dartmoor. Participants have included people recovering from mental health disorders. These particular pilgrimage walks have been coordinated with “Go Wild in the Community” who offer a range of outdoor and nature based activities to clients. […]
October 6th, 2011
St Cleer Holy Well and Cross Sharp Tor The Hurlers stone circles on a misty morning With the weather set fair, I made the most of the Indian summer at the beginning of October to explore some of the wild landscape of Bodmin Moor and identify the most suitable route for the pilgrimage. The peaceful, […]
September 9th, 2011
Progress is continuing in exploring the best route to take in expanding the pilgrimage down through Cornwall. Yesterday I found myself in the drizzle struggling along muddy paths, finding routes blocked and crops growing over supposed rights of way east of Milton Abbot. Eventually the rain stopped and the cloud lifted and with it my […]
August 24th, 2011
Jeff, one of the core group of people involved in establishing Mary/Michael Pilgrims Way undertook part of the route across Dartmoor in the company of his wife Rach and their dog Coco. Setting off on Friday 19th August from Brentor, they made the most of the opportunities for wild camping on the open moor stopping […]
August 18th, 2011
Mary/Michael Pilgrims Way has now been listed on the Long Distance Walkers Association website The link includes a useful interactive map of the route using maps from the Ordnance Survey on which the route has been highlighted and which enables you to zoom in to particulat sections of the pilgrimage.
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