Walsingham Pilgrimage 2015 Announcement

This year's Diocese of Leeds Pilgrimage to Walsingham takes place on Saturday 26 September 2015. If you're interested or have questions see Mrs Findlay to collect a consent letter.

Photo: Our Lady, as she is venerated at Walsingham, is depicted as a simple woman, a mother. She is seated on the throne of Wisdom, in the midst of the Church which is represented by the two pillars symbolic of the Gate of Heaven, with seven rings to signify the seven sacraments and the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit.

Photo: Our Lady, as she is venerated at Walsingham, is depicted as a simple woman, a mother. She is seated on the throne of Wisdom, in the midst of the Church which is represented by the two pillars symbolic of the Gate of Heaven, with seven rings to signify the seven sacraments and the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit.


  • Walsingham is England's oldest shrine to our lady.
  • Open to ALL YEAR GROUPS and families.
  • We will depart St. Mary's at 6am and return to St. Mary's approximately 10pm.
  • The cost to students is £10.50 adults £20.00.
  • If you're interested or have questions see Mrs Findlay to collect a consent letter.