Events Calendar
Nov 20
09:00 - 15:00
Walking the Start of Via Francigena
All Roads Lead to Poems/All Odes Lead to Rome
Being Human

Walk in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims in this 12-mile walk past the World Heritage sites of Canterbury Cathedral, Saint Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church, achieving a multisensory immersion in the historic human experience of walking long-distance to dwell on one's hopes and fears. Pilgrims, in the present or in the past, are exposed to all weathers, often travelling along dangerous and difficult terrain, through foreign lands where they must rely on strangers for their most basic needs. The walk begins at Canterbury Cathedral and ends at Shepherdswell and is led by Julia Peters, who walked to Rome in 2015. Participants will return to Canterbury by train.

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Location

Canterbury Cathedral (start) to Shepherdswell (end,
return to Canterbury by train)
United Kingdom
Map

Details

Open to all,

Contact: Professor Ray Laurence
E: R.Laurence@kent.ac.uk

 

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