This years Parish Pilgrimage between August 11th -14th will be to Rochester and Canterbury.
The pilgrimage will coincide with the Priory Choir singing services at Rochester Cathedral. It will include a tour of Canterbury by the homeless, which will show some of the less well know parts of the city.
Travel to Kent with a ‘to be confirmed’ stop on route.
Day 2 Canterbury
MyStreets tours offer a unique view of Canterbury unlike any other you may have seen before. Running since 2014, we guide you on your journey as you explore the historic city of Canterbury and discover some of the less well known stories and facts.
Our knowledgeable and friendly guides delve into the rich history of Canterbury to provide a thoroughly enjoyable and eye opening experience. What makes us unique is that our tours are led by people who used to be homeless here, who will share with you their own experiences and those of others who have found themselves living on the streets of Canterbury, connecting the city’s rich history with modern life.
Day 3 Rochester
The highlight of the day will be going the cathedral congregation for their main Sunday Eucharist at 10.30am led by the Choir of St Mary’s Priory.
There will also be time to explore this fascinating city with its connections to Charles Dickens.
Travel back to Wales with at ‘to be confirmed’ stop on route.
The cost of trip will include bus travel and 3 nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast.