- Rochester to Canterbury: 5th to 10th July
- Car & Bike Pilgrimage: Killing to St Andrews: 5th to 10th September
- Fife Pilgrim Way: 10th September
For further information click this link for the Diocesan Pilgrimage 2022 Leaflet:
Rochester to Canterbury
5th to 10th July 2022
COST (as of 29th March 2022)
(incl. return rail fares, Bed & Breakfast accommodation and cathedral tours)
Single pilgrim: £450
Pilgrim couple sharing: £800
Deposit DUE 30th APRIL: £200
Apart from breakfast, all other food and drink at own cost.
Every day there will be plenty of time to pause and visit pilgrim churches along the Way (and for rest stops in pubs!) which are all part of the pilgrimage experience.
0911 Lumo train from Edinburgh Waverley to London Kings Cross
1425 London St Pancras to Rochester
Check in at the Travelodge before exploring the city for a late lunch or last minute items to take on the pilgrimage.
1730 Evening Prayer / Evensong at the Cathedral and short ‘William’ tour
Walking from Rochester to Thurnham (9 miles)
(Evening prayer in St Mary Magdalene, Gillingham.)
Overnight stay at the Black Horse Inn, Thurnham
Walk from Thurham to Lenham (7.5 miles)
(Evening prayer in Lenham)
Overnight stay at the Dog & Bear Inn, Lenham
Walk from Lenham to Chilham (12 miles)
(Evening prayer in Chilham)
Overnight stay at the Woolpack Inn
Walk from Chilham to Canterbury (6.5 miles)
3.30pm Evening Prayer / Evensong at the Cathedral followed by a tour (maybe up to the cathedral roof space as well?)
Overnight stay in the Cathedral Gatehouse Hotel
Morning Prayer & Sung Eucharist in the Cathedral
Lunch together at Strada
1426 train from Canterbury West to London St Pancras
1613 Lumo train from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley
Car & Bike Pilgrimage from Killin to St Andrews
5th to 10th SEPTEMBER 2022
For further information please contact Rev Gennie Evans at email@example.com.
Highlights from the Diocesan Pilgrimage 2021
Diocesan pilgrims joined together on the Fife Pilgrim Way from Ceres to St Andrews on 10th September 2021, led by guides Revd Alasdair Coles and Nick Cooke.
The Celtic Blessing given by Revd Anne Haselhurst at the Hallow Hill stop on the pilgrimage on Friday.
It was agreed that, for a variety of practical and other reasons, the planned St Andrews Pilgrimage to should be curtailed to a 1 day walk on Friday 10th September along the Ceres to St Andrews section of the Fife Pilgrim Way. This was in effect a repeat of the Pilgrimage organised in July 2018.