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River Dart Pilgrimage: Salmon & Saltmarsh
River Dart Pilgrimage: Salmon & Saltmarsh
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River Dart Pilgrimage: Salmon & Saltmarsh


The Ham

Join British Pilgrimage Trust's friend Rev Sam Warner on a partially silent pilgrimage along the River Dart. The route is inspired by, and follows, the journey that the Dart Atlantic salmon swim, to return from the open ocean to their source pools, for spawning, on Dartmoor.

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My favourite part was Dawn singing to us by Kits Coty - sublime when the sun came out for us at the end of the song. Dawn has a lovely sincerity and her singing was wonderful. Also the Canon’s pilgrim’s blessing In Winchester Cathedral was an unexpected and perfect end to the day



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