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Canterbury Cathedral

Glagett Auditorium

Canterbury

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A full-day workshop on the topic of pilgrimage in the beautiful Clagett Auditorium of Canterbury Cathedral. This workshop will be of interest to ‘armchair’ pilgrims (those whose interests lie in the history and stories of pilgrimage), those who have walked or cycled a pilgrimage route and anyone who has the desire to go on a pilgrimage and would like to learn how to go about it.


Workshop programme:

10.30 Registration and tea, coffee and pastries (Clagett Auditorium)

11.00-13.00 Session 1: Pilgrimage routes of Kent

The Via Francigena: Canterbury to Rome (Julia Lewis, Confraternity of Pilgrims to Rome)

The Augustine Camino: Rochester to Ramsgate (Andrew Kelly, The Augustine Camino)

The Pilgrim's Way: Winchester to Canterbury (Leigh Hatts, author of Cicerone Guide The Pilgrim's Way)

13.00-14.00 Lunch (opportunity to view the Cathedral and grounds)

14.00-15.30 Session 2: Engagement with heritage on pilgrimage routes

Medieval hospitals (Dr. S. Sweetinburgh, University of Kent)

Experiencing landscapes (Dr. E. Saratsi, University of Kent)

15.30-15.45 Tea and coffee break

15.45-17.30 Session 3: Pilgirm Practical

A panel of experienced pilgrims will share their motivations for undertaking a pilgrimage followed by a question and answer session with the audience on modern pilgrimage and the practicalities of planning a journey on a pilgrimage route.

Funded by:

The Green Pilgrimage Project and The National Lottery Heritage Fund

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