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PETERBOROUGH: Well on the way

by Margaret Duggan

THEY did not go all the way to Santiago de Compostela, but they made a good start. Four walkers from Peterborough diocese trekked across fields and along footpaths, following the early pilgrims’ route from Northampton to Portsmouth, where those going to St James’s shrine in Santiago would have taken ship for Spain.

The walk began with 20 people, who were joined by others for sections along the way, and they called at all the St James’s churches ...

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