Walking to Rome: Day Six on the Chaucer Way

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This is the final day of our brief pilgrimage from London to Canterbury. The Chaucer Way has taken us from the most urban of places, through its suburban spread and, from there, through quaint rural villages replete with half-timbered, thatched-roof cottages and flint-walled churches before bursting once more into the cultural and spiritual city of Canterbury. Continue reading

Walking to Rome: Day Five on the Chaucer Way

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Sittingbourne

Tongue Mill

Stone Chapel

Madison Dieux, Ospringe

Faversham

Saint Mary of Charity Church Continue reading

Walking to Rome: Day Four on the Chaucer Way

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Rochester

Saint Mary Magdalene Church, Gillingham

Saxon Shore Way

Oast House, Newington

Saint Mary the Virgin Church, Newington

Sittingbourne Continue reading

Walking to Rome: Day Two on the Chaucer Way

Blackheath

Wellings

Chummy jellied eel

Red House, home to Willian Morris, designed byJames Gibbs

Crayford

Dartford

Saint Mary’s Church, Stone

Gravesend

31.4km Continue reading