A pilgrimage with a difference... with a dream to span Great Britain from Lowestoft to St Davids.

Commissioning of the Bluntisham Way Station

Over seventy people, including children, attended the commissioning of the new way station in St Mary’s church in Bluntisham on Sunday 28th February following a lively Cafe Church breakfast in the church hall.   Rt Revd David Thomson, Bishop suffragan of Huntingdon, blessed the new installation over the arch in the church porch. After he […]

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Extending the Via Beata route westwards into the Midlands

On Saturday 13th February, I was joined by Nigel Sykes, to try out the planned route from the way station at Grace Fellowship in Little Stukeley to Little Gidding in Northamptonshire, an easy walk of around 9 miles. One of TS Elliot’s Four Quartets is named after the hamlet and there is a Christian retreat […]

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Faculty needed

The Via Beata team wish to point out an error in the Winter 2015 – 2016 newsletter.   Contrary to what was written, we will need a faculty for the way station at Letterston in Wales.

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New Installation at Bluntisham, Huntingdonshire

Everyone involved had a wonderful day fitting the Bluntisham artwork in place in the north porch of St Mary’s.     The artwork was designed by Cecily Marshall from Bluntisham, with Steve Eggleton working up the final version.  The carving of the many figures took place at the youth camp, Intents, and two workshops at […]

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