The Pilgrimage Concludes

Patrick By the time Patrick Ward reaches St Asaph on 1st June he will have walked 157 miles from Bardsey Island, in solidarity with the 870 Million people, who go hungry to bed every night.

Over the past two weeks that Patrick has walked, he has met with schools, churches and community groups to chat about the IF campaign. The response he has received from all these groups, and individuals has been fantastic who have warmly welcomed him into their communities and home, offering a weary pilgrim a comfy bed, shower and a meal.

The ‘Food’ Pilgrimage concludes on

Saturday, 1st June, with an

Ecumenical Service in St Asaph Cathedral at 2pm.

All are welcome.

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