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The Pilgrimage of St Piran’s Stone

By tradition, St Piran came over from Ireland on a millstone in about 460AD. St Piran’s legend also states that he used a large black slab of Cornish rock to build himself a fireplace. As the fire grew hot a trickle of pure white metal began to ooze from the stone. By sharing this knowledge […]

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New Guidebook

It’s been a long haul, but the new guidebook is now with the printers. It should be printed, bound and ready for sale by the end of next week. Ideal timing for those pilgrims who, seeing signs of spring and with the days lengthening have itchy feet and feel the urge to be off walking. […]

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Autumn Newsletter available now

Our 7th newsletter is out now. It is largely dedicated to some beautiful, evocative and thought provoking writing, contributed by a number of pilgrims who share the distinction of having walked right across England, following the Mary/Michael earth energy currents along the way. If you are not currently on our mailing list and would like […]

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Journey’s End

Congratulations to Debby and Keith Badger. I have just received a text message from them, saying they had walked into Hopton this afternoon at the end of their pilgrimage, 74 days after leaving from Carn Les Boel in Cornwall. An amazing achievement in itself, whilst the sincerity and detail of their blog will I’m sure […]

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Belated Reflections

Our recent pilgrimage to Glastonbury at the end of September is beginning to fade into the distance along with the memory of that warm, dry late summer which was so much appreciated both for our walking and camping. We were certainly reminded that it could have been very different as we crossed the Somerset Levels […]

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