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Tracing footsteps


The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of Salisbury, the Rt Revd David Stancliffe (left), and the Bishop of Sherborne, the Rt Revd Tim Thornton (centre), led more than 1500 pilgrims from Salisbury diocese in a celebration of the life of St Aldhelm, at St Aldhelm's Head, Dorset, on Saturday. A week-long pilgrimage began at Malmesbury Abbey, where Aldhelm was abbot before he was Bishop of Sherborne
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