Our Chaucerian pilgrimage was featured today in the BBC2 documentary, Pilgrimage with Simon Reeve. Look out for us at 34:30.
My piece on our Canterbury Tales pilgrimage was published today in the London Magazine, October-November issue. Includes pictures of Adam Crick as Chaucer and Alison Stanley as the Second Nun!
My multimedia account of the Canterbury Tales walk is published on the Guardian website! With photos, videos and audio clips. Click here to read the full article.
Today we arrived in Canterbury! We walked the last half mile from St Dunstan’s Church to the Cathedral barefoot. We’ve now raised over £10,000 for the National Literacy Trust!
Look back over our progress on twitter: @Canterbury2012
Today, 625 years to the day since Chaucer’s pilgrims in the Canterbury Tales set off from Southwark, we started the the 65-mile route to Canterbury. We’ve already raised over £7,000 for the National Literacy Trust.
Canterbury Tales 2012 was featured today in a full-page article in the Independent on Sunday. Read the full article here.
Canterbury Tales 2012 got its own twitter account today. Follow our progress as we wend to Canterbury this April @Canterbury2012