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Notice: Talk: A Personal Story Of El Camino de Santiago – The Portuguese Way

Published on: 31 Aug, 2021
Updated on: 31 Aug, 2021

Richard Morris, a trustee of Surrey Churches Preservation Trust (SCPT) tells his story of walking the Portuguese Way to El Camino de Santiago and will explain why he thinks this ancient pilgrimage route can be purpose giving, life changing and much more than just a walk.

Richard Morris tells his story of walking the Portuguese Way to El Camino de Santiago.

The talk takes place from 7pm to 8pm on Tuesday, October 12, at Our Lady Help of Christians Roman Catholic Church in Madiera Road, West Byfleet, KT14 6BH.

There is the option to attend in person, or online via Zoom.

The cost is £5 to SCPT members and £10 to non-members, with four methods to pay in advance or on the door.

Post a cheque, (payable to Surrey Churches Preservation Trust) to the Treasurer, John Roll Pickering, Waldhaus, 79 College Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT17 4HH.

Make an online payment to Surrey Churches Preservation Trust (Sort Code: 20-35-35 Account No. 20449660).

Make a donation by Just Giving https://www.justgiving.com/scpt.

Pay on the door (but please confirm that you are coming).

In all cases, confirm by email by October 10 to Richard Morris at scptrichardmorris@gmail.com stating whether you wish to attend by Zoom or in person. The talk will be recorded, so if you book by Zoom you can watch at a time that suits you.

The Zoom link will be sent the day before the talk so that it does not get lost. In case of any difficulty with the Zoom link, please ring Hamish Donaldson on 07785 258184.

For those attending in person, there is free parking close to West Byfleet station. Covid-19 guidelines will be adhered to as appropriate.

For information about Surrey Churches Preservation Trust, visit surreychurchespreservationtrust.org.

 

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  1. Aubrey Michael Leahy Reply

    September 4, 2021 at 11:11 pm

    Should be an interesting evening. Least hilly and gentlest Camino of them all. Much of it runs along the Atlantic coast. Did it five years ago and am still reaping the spiritual and adventuresome rewards.

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