A pilgrimage through Ancient woodlands

I would like to take you on part of a route followed in June known as the Jerusalem’ Pilgrimage, from Haslemere to Chichester. Dismounting from the train in Haslemere you head out of the town, past the large gated houses. After about 15 minutes you leave the busy road and enter the ancient woodland. FirstContinue reading “A pilgrimage through Ancient woodlands”

Holy Wells

Devon has over 300 Holy Wells and Springs. According to the website insearchofholywellsandhealingsprings.com “A holy well, or sacred spring, is a small body of water emerging from underground and revered either in a Pagan or Christian context, often both. Holy wells were frequently pagan sacred sites that later became Christianized. The term ‘holy well’ isContinue reading “Holy Wells”

The Narcissistic Daffodil

In March whilst still in lockdown, I took a back door pilgrimage. The walk I had planned started from my doorstep and its purpose was to link two sites of religious significance. St Anne Chapel and St Brannocks Church. My mini pilgrimage started at St Annes Chapel in Saunton. My intention for this mini pilgrimageContinue reading “The Narcissistic Daffodil”

The sight of the walker

A reflection on William Sharpes article – Part One This is the first part summary taken from William Sharpes paper in Walking Bodies (2020), on reading the paper, I started to find alignment with my work which Sharpe (2020) talked about. The first statement Sharpe ponders is whether; ‘walking art offers its proponents a choice;Continue reading “The sight of the walker”