Led Pilgrimage, August 27- 29, 2022


A new coastal pilgrimage spread over three days is to be launched over the summer bank holiday weekend. Starting at Bridlington Priory Church and ending at St Mary’s Church, Scarborough, a total of 29 miles, taking in churches established and built by Augustinian Friars in the 12th Century.

Starting each day at 9.30am the pilgrimage can be done on foot, bicycle or car. Churches along the way will be open with a variety of activities, including displays and refreshments, flower festival, organ recitals and an evening concert of Celtic music.

The pilgrimage is a collaboration between the parishes of Bridlington Priory, St Oswald’s Flamborough, St Michael’s Bempton, St  Leonard’s Speeton, St  Oswald’s Filey and St Mary’s Scarborough, where there will be a final outside communion service.

For health and safety reasons, there is a limit of 30 walkers for each leg of the led Pilgrimage. You can sign up to do just one leg (half a day), a full day or the whole the days. First come first served!