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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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Pilgrims’ Progress

If you are interested to get an insight into the experience of walking a long distance pilgrimage, all the highs and lows, the challenges and the profound lessons that can be learned along the way, it may be worth following some of the blog entries being recorded by Debby and Keith Badger as they make […]

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Pilgrimage in aid of Animals Asia

On WEDNESDAY 3rd DECEMBER, you are invited to join us on a 12 mile walk from Taunton through Trull, and Corfe, finishing at Stoke St. Mary. We are following a section of Mary/Michael Pilgrims Way. The pilgrimage be led by Richard Dealler. Although there is no cost for joining us, there is a suggested donation […]

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Towards Glastonbury

Visited parts of the Somerset Levels yesterday in advance of our pilgrimage to Glastonbury (25th-30th September). Interested to see what impact the floods of last winter may still be having and whether this might include any restrictions on paths we will be walking. There are one or two outstanding issues in this regard, but nothing […]

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