This blogsite is the temporary home of Walsingham Way, a community and ecumenical project enabled by Norwich Cathedral, begun as part of its contribution to the European Green Pilgrimage Network. Still a work in progress, we aim to provide an ever improving welcome to all visitors.
The heart of the project is a way-marked route from Norwich to Walsingham on green lanes and footpaths.
A route from Great Yarmouth to Norwich following the already way-marked Wherryman’s Way, through the heart of the Broads National Park, extends the route to the east coast. Alternatively, it can be walked as a pilgrim path in its own right, beginning at the earliest 7th Century mission stations and ending in the City Mother Julian called home.
Our intention is to add a King’s Lynn to Walsingham leg to create one continuous route across the heart of Norfolk.