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Celebrating the Camino Ingles

Saturday 28 September at 9:30 AM
Auckland Castle Chapel to Durham Cathedral

The walk from Finchale Abbey to Durham Cathedral and beyond to Auckland Castle is now officially recognised as part of the Camino Ingles, forging connections between Durham and the Camino routes leading to Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain. Take part in a celebratory pilgrimage.


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Book Saturday 28 Sep 2019 at 9:30 AM

Join the Dean of Durham, the Very Reverend Andrew Tremlett, the Friends of the Finchale Camino, representatives of Durham County Council, Liz Fisher from The Auckland Project, and visitors from Spain on a celebratory pilgrimage from St Peter's Chapel at Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland to Durham Cathedral. The Bishop of Durham, the Right Reverend Paul Butler, will start the pilgrimage with a blessing. Pilgrims who have an official Camino passport will receive Camino Ingles stamps recognised at Santiago de Compostela as part of the Camino. The pilgrimage will be welcomed to Durham Cathedral at approximately 3.30pm by Canon Charlie Allen, followed by a procession to the Shrine of St Cuthbert.

To book a free place on the pilgrimage see the link above or contact visitor.desk@durhamcathedral.co.uk