Exeter Pilgrimage 2012

Day 15: Kenton to Exeter

Amen

Our final walking day is a half day, although still almost 10 miles before lunch. We first make our way across the grounds of the magnificent Powderham Castle (where you may spot some deer wandering), before following the shore of the mouth of the river Exe up to Exminster. We then rejoin the Exeter Canal and follow this into the centre of the city and up to the Cathedral close. Here pilgrims are left to find their own eateries, before we gather in the Cathedral close for our own service in the Cathedral. We then end our pilgrimage with Evensong in the Cathedral, before returning to the hall for our own celebrations.


Pilgrimage Newsfeed - Day 15


van packing Fran Gamble


thanks front markers! Fran Gamble


Fran Gamble I hope you and your backmarkers like swimming Michael Gamble


Arrived in Exeter. We had no plan for what to do in the free time before gathering to process intothe cathedral John Chenery


a man with a plan led us to Wetherspoons John Chenery


Thanks to everybody who prayed for dry weather today. the serious rain held off John Chenery


John Chenery


Exeter cathedral lady chapel Fran Gamble


offering prayers Fran Gamble


Cream teas at Exeter cathedral cafe Clare Gamble


bind us together Jonathan Gamble


Banoffi pie mmm John Chenery


Father Abraham Michael Gamble


Our celebration meal at Exeter Michael Gamble


aww sleeping like a baby Fran Gamble