Micro-Pilgrimage 14th May 2020

***  Sadly we have had to postpone all our organised visits due to the present health crisis.  We will definitely be rescheduling all the visit dates as soon as we have clarity.   We will let you know the new dates in our July Newsletter, and also at this very place on our website.***

The Micro-Pilgrimage Walk (formerly scheduled for 14th May 2020) will be rescheduled as soon as it is safe to do so.  If you are interested in this Micro-Pilgrimage Walk it is worth registering your interest by Logging In to our Members Area, see tab above, and then you will be the first to know the new date.  To describe this walk to you further, it will begin at the magnificent ruin of Boxgrove Priory, and then through the village common – where fossils from half a million years ago have been found: the oldest in Britain! Then, it will be on through Hazel Coppice and up onto the ancient flint mine of Long Down Hill and down into the idyllic village of Eartham and past St Margaret’s Church which dates back to 1100. Highlights include the wonderfully named Gobblestobb Copse, where it is believed that Saxon nobility once hid from the Normans. Finally, the wonder of Arundel: its Castle and Cathedral, and lastly St Nicholas’ Church, one of the Trust’s Sanctuary Churches.  Bring friends and family and join us on this wonderful and scenic walk.