Andy Bull, author of the new book on the London to Walsingham Camino answers some reflective questions about why he was inspired to write the book.
He also announces a Walsingham-based launch for the route and the guidebook, from March 24-26 with a two-day pilgrimage from Castle Acre via Fakenham, followed by events at both Anglican and Catholic Shrines, and an ecumenical service with clergy from both shrines at the site of the original Holy House in the ancient Priory Grounds.
Then, from April 11 to 25, I shall walk the full route over 14 days, with a one-day rest in Bury St Edmunds, on the 18th, where a day of pilgrim events are being planned.
I hope to gather a small band of pilgrims around me who will walk long sections (possibly all) of the route. Approximately 180 miles in all!
We will also invite local congregations to join us on an ad-hoc basis along the way.
Mark the dates in your diaries and further information will follow in the New Year of 2023!