Our 2014 Pilgrimage reunion took place near Manchester, 31st October to 2nd November 2014 and was attended by a select group who enjoyed hospitality and a great walk. Follow this link to the Reunion Diary Page to see what you missed, and save the date of next year’s 40-year reunion for anyone who’s joined us in the past or is thinking of joining us in the future.
“Blistering Years”, a term coined at our 20th anniversary in 1995, is our name for the potted histories of our pilgrimages. They’ve just been brought up-to-date and can be found here. This page includes links to diaries of all of our pilgrimages over 40 years – somewhere for old hands to reminisce and future pilgrims to see what we’re really like.
It’s hard to believe that our pilgrimages have been running for almost 40 years, and we will be celebrating this anniversary with a special reunion in Farnham over the weekend of 10-12 April 2015.
All past pilgrims and their families are very, very welcome to attend. Bring your happy memories and any photos you may have.
Coming soon – Link to application form
Our 2014 Pilgrimage took us from Liverpool to Carlisle through the Lake District, from Saturday 9th August to Sunday 24th August 2014. Our theme reflected the centenary of the outbreak of the first world war, and the new Pope’s choice of Francis for his name; what can St Francis of Assisi teach us about Peace?