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CPR Practical Pilgrim Day for Via Francigena 14th March CANCELLED

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Updating for 2020!

CPR AGM March 2020

Our 2020 Annual Meeting will take place on Saturday 14 March in the beautiful Edwardian hall of Westminster Cathedral (entrance from Ambrosden Avenue, London SW1P 1QH)

Our aim is to inspire pilgrims past, present and future by exploring current trends in pilgrimage, and looking in detail at practical aspects, as well as informing them on the current activities of the Confraternity. There will be a Question and Answer panel, and plenty opportunities for meeting and exchanging with others.

As ever, entrance to the event is free, and details of registration will follow. If you would like to attend please email

9.30am Arrivals and coffee
10-11am Formal AGM
Chair’s report
Treasurer’s report
Recent and planned changes to the Via Francigena
  • Luca Bruschi – Director EAVF (European Association of theVie Francigene)
  • Leslie Maussang – EAVF, head of development and communication for the VF in France
The changing nature of pilgrimage – Roland Nock

1pm Lunch (not provided)

2-3pm Practical pilgrim workshops
David Matthews – travelling on a tight budget
Victoria Field – walking and creativity
Paulo Seth – cycling and pilgrimage
3-4pm People’s panel Q&A session

4pm Close
Just a bump to get this to the top of the threads. You can register for the free event on Eventbrite - link from the Confraternity website.

An update. I have just heard from one of the Confraternity of Pilgrims to Rome organising committee that the event on 14 March has been cancelled as part of the growing concern about coronavirus. A bit of a relief in some ways but the news arrived just a couple of hours after buying my ticket to London :rolleyes:
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