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

Workshop at Bluntisham

The photo shows men, women and children from Bluntisham hard at work painting figures for the sculpture that will form the Way Station in St Mary’s church, Bluntisham. It illustrates the scripture from Luke 13 saying that people will come from the East and the West and north and south and will take their places […]

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Great results from latest visit to Wales

Steve and Gill Eggleton’s recent visit to Wales Steve and Gill Eggleton have recently returned from an action packed visit to Wales taking the project forward on several fronts. They started with an exploration of the area around Weobley, which is the natural place for the next way-station to the east of Hay-on Wye.  The […]

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Bluntisham workshop full to capacity

  St Mary’s Church in Bluntisham was the scene of excited activity last weekend when families from the village and surrounding area came together to carve relief figures for a wooden sculpture which will eventually be placed over the arched doorway in the porch.   When completed it will become a way station on the […]

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New way station at Little Stukeley

The latest in the line of Way Stations was erected on Saturday 9th May, by a small team at Little Stukeley in Huntingdon.   The relief panel was mostly designed and carved by a team from 7Cs, a charity which was set up to help people get back into work through giving them new skills. […]

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Exploring the west end of the Via Beata route

On a recent trip to Wales, Steve and Gill Eggleton had a chance to look at possible sites for way-stations at that end of the Via Beata route.   They went first to St David’s Head, and then down to the sea at Whitesands.  The car parking there would make an ideal spot.   It […]

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Via Beata workshop at Kingstock Festival

Over the weekend of 29th to 31st August, a team took a sculpture to the Kingstock music festival at St Ives, Cambridgeshire, so that festival-goers could have a hand in the creative process.   The sculpture was carved in lime, and was of a man looking up at the cross with his hand on his […]

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Exploration of walks near St David’s Head, Wales

While on a church retreat at Ffald-y-Brenin, Pembrokeshire, I took the opportunity to look at possible routes near the end/beginning of the Via Beata last week.   On the first day, I walked from near Crymych across a moorland that is a site of Special Scientific Interest called Mynydd Preseli.   This was an exhilarating […]

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Ffald-y-Brenin

Ffald-y-Brenin

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