Small Pilgrim Places Directory
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For the protection of all, visit safely. Health and Safety and safeguarding are the responsibility of each SPP and their parent organisation, but if you have any concerns about the safeguarding of any individual contact the relevant authority, normally the police.
Due to Covid restrictions, the Small Pilgrims Place at the Peterborough Quaker Meeting House had to be closed to the public during the times of lockdown in 2020 and so they were only able to offer a few of their monthly Quiet Mornings during that year. However, at the beginning of 2021, the planning group for the garden decided to try an ...
Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
This independent chapel was built in 1811 built by Mary and Ann Parminter adjacent to their home, A La Ronde, now a National Trust property, The Mary Parminter Charity owns and maintains the 3 acre meadow in which the chapel is set along with 5 modern alms-houses and an early 19th century Manse. Point in View chapel is an unusual square building ...
Location: Exmouth, Devon, United Kingdom
A simple Noncomformist chapel dating from 1822, refurbished(and being refurbished) to provide a simple welcoming peaceful atmosphere. Situated on the coastal path, the view from the church door over Portscatho Bay is unequalled.
Standard opening times: Normally open every day, approximately during working hours. At other times ...
Location: Portscatho, Cornwall, United Kingdom
14th Century Chapel - a quiet place in a bustling cathedral close.
Available most days from 7.30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Arrange access and book quiet days with the Cathedral vergers tel.no. 01353 660342 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Ely, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
This ancient 13th century church, on the slopes of Mynydd Llanfihangel Rhos Y Corn with its bronze age barrows, has settled into a small hollow and is surrounded by beautiful scenery. Its simplicity reflects the open wildness of the mountain on the slopes of which it stands. By late medieval times, the church had become a place of pilgrimage. The ...
Location: Carmarthenshire, United Kingdom
14th Century church amidst ancient yew trees. A beautiful building restored/re-ordered in the 19th century by G E Street.
Standard opening times: Open about 9.30 am to 5 pm daily. Midweek Eucharist on Thursdays at 10 am.
Location: Welshpool, Powys, United Kingdom
St Andrew’s church is very old, set just outside the village, and is surrounded by fields. There is a quiet, spiritual feeling throughout the building and its burial grounds. There are Saxon features in the architecture, updated and enlarged over the centuries. The furnishings are also significant with a fixed raised pulpit, fixed pews, ...
Location: Newton Aycliffe, Durham, United Kingdom