Suffolk Saints Pilgrimage: Saint Botolph
The team at the Cathedral have been working on two routes across our beautiful county to link three of ‘our’ saints: Felix, Botolph and Edmund.
Our longer pilgrimage is a five-day walk from 3-7 July.
Saint Botolph was an East Anglian noble living in the seventh century, some two hundred years before Saint Edmund. This Pilgrimage in inspired by him and begins in Dunwich before setting off to Snape Maltings. Day two heads along the shore of the Alde to Iken with the following few days taking pilgrims through the Finn Valley to Claydon and onwards through the Gipping Valley to Stowmarket. Day five is the final day of the journey which ends at St Edmundsbury Cathedral in time for a special Choral Evensong.
A full programme is available here.
Booking form here.