next takes place 10-12 April 2020
Easter Leg is
a one-day walking pilgrimage of around 12
miles, passing through the north Norfolk
countryside from Wells-next-the Sea through
Wighton, Binham and Walsingham.
We meet up in Walsingham on Thursday Evening
to celebrate Mass of the Last Supper sharing
the liturgy with the local community. This
is followed by a short business meeting and
time for a drink and to socialise, welcoming
new pilgrims and renewing friendships. There
are no strangers here just friends we
haven't yet met.
Good Friday morning we meet again in Wells
the starting point of our walk of Witness
carrying a large wooden cross, a visible
sign of our purpose.
intervals we pause for a reflection on a
chosen theme of the day, these are prepared
by our pilgrims and really give very
different approaches to the topics and
stimulate our minds.
One of our stops
is the beautiful Binham Priory where we have
a short time to look round before continuing
to our lunch stop, giving us more time to
socialise and relax.
We wend our way through the countryside
talking and singing a variety of songs and
hymns, new and old reflecting the wide age
range of our leg, from young children to
you-shouldn't-really-ask (or the sky's the
On arrival at the
Slipper Chapel we meet up with all the other
Legs of Student Cross, greeting old friends
and looking forward to the wonderful rich,
musical Liturgies cumulating with the
Celebration of Easter.
Walkers on Easter
Leg arrange their own accommodation and
travel. The fee goes towards the cost of two
main meals, the Chaplin, the GOD fund and
other general leg expenses.
Not sure? Dip your toe in the water - give
it a try, you won't be disappointed, you'll
probably want more. Any questions don't
hesitate to get in touch.