This site is the temporary home of  Walsingham Way,  an ecumenical project,  led by Canon Peter Doll as part of  Norwich Cathedral’s  contribution to  European Green Pilgrimage Network.

The  heart of the project is this green lane and footpath route from Norwich to Walsingham.  The project recently received a boost.  A grant from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the UK’s Department for Environment,  Food and Rural Affairs made in the autumn of 2019, will enable the waymarking of the route

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Over time we will develop the site to give more details about the route and  provide additional layers of historical and spiritual interpretation.  A stand alone pilgrim path, the Norfolk Saints Way, extends the Norwich to Walsingham section to the east coast.

A King’s Lynn to Walsingham route – linking the historically important pilgrim port to the village and shrine  (i.e. the Pontifical Shrine and the Basilica of Our  Lady of Walsingham)  –  is in the initial stage of planning.