Festival 50 Jubilee Pilgrimage – Itinerary

Jubilee Pilgrimage Itinerary 3rd to 5th July

Friday 3rd of July      Day One.
Arundel to Upper Beeding.  
Total Distance 22.5 km (14 miles)

08:30 to 09:15 Registrations at the Cathedral Centre, Arundel. Bring luggage to the pilgrimage transport van.

09:30 to 10:30 Pilgrim Commissioning Mass at Arundel Cathedral led by Bishop Richard Moth.

10:40 – Process through Arundel with banners.

14:15  to 15:30Lunch at Findon – The Gunn

18:00 to 18:20, Gathering at Bramber Church.

18:20  Procession through Bramber and Upper Beeding to the Towers.

19:00 Evening Meal

20:15 Barn-dance – bar available

23:00 Night Prayers – School Chapel

23:30 Silence and Lights out

Saturday 4th of July      Day Two
Upper Beeding to Brighton. Total Distance 21.3 km (13.5 miles)

07:15 Rise time (silence before this time)

08:15 Mass in Chapel

09:15 Breakfast & bring packed bags to the Van

09:45 Depart

12:00 13:30 Lunch at Devils Dyke

15:00 Church at Pycombe  (and toilets)

17:00 – 17:20 Gathering at Stanmer Park.

18:00 Arrivals at Sussex University Sports Centre

19:00 Evening Meal & social time Student Union Bar / café. (possible home grown pilgrim entertainment)

Sunday 5th of July       Day 3
Celebrations in the Amex

08:00 Rise Time

09:00 Breakfast and bring packed bags to van. There will be a time after the event when the van will be open for picking up luggage (to be confirmed later)

10:00 Depart with banners to the Amex Stadium.

Application forms and posters can be found on the Diocesan website in the festival section. Booking Form here. There is also a poster to download as well if you wish here.

Bookings accepted until 16th June with FULL PAYMENT, subject to availability.

2 thoughts on “Festival 50 Jubilee Pilgrimage – Itinerary”

  1. Have a great 50th Jubilee, I will be thinking of you all. I will be in Cairns Australia Regards Nev.

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