This year's Pilgrimage has been postponed until further notice
The Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk is a beautiful, peaceful place which offers us respite from the demands, pressures and anxieties of the world around us.
Accommodation is in warm and comfortable single, double or family rooms, some en-suite, with many convenient facilities: quiet lounges, with tea and coffee-making essentials and lovingly-tended gardens with seats and paths for people of all abilities.
The restaurant provides excellent meals which cater for all diets and preferences. In addition, Norton's Cafe/Bar is open all day and evening for alternative choices of food and drink.
People come to Walsingham for a variety of reasons: some for spiritual refreshment; some for peace and quietness; and some for a holiday. There are many services which take place in the large church, the Holy House (which is the original tiny church-within-the church) and the many chapels. All are entirely optional. Pilgrims choose to attend those which they prefer. Everyone is welcome.
St Thomas Parish Church warmly invites you to join them on their annual Pilgrimage to Walsingham, Norfolk. This year we will leave by coach on Monday 11 May, returning Friday 15 May.
For more information and details of costs, speak to Jenny Tuckett