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This year’s Pilgrimage will be held online on Saturday 26 September 2020, starting at 11am. The Pilgrimage celebrates the life of Nicholas Ferrar and his family, and remembering that they first came to Little Gidding to escape the devastating plague
Little Gidding Church is currently undergoing extensive roof repair work. Scaffolding went up in March with the intention of finishing work by the late summer, but almost as soon as it was up, work had to cease. Now work has
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The annual commemoration of Nicholas Ferrar takes place at Little Gidding on the Saturday closest to his feast day, Saturday 5 December 2020. Arrangements for this year are provisional until Covid-19 restrictions for December are known. It may be necessary to have an online “virtual” AGM. For more information, follow the link.
The 2020 Pilgrimage has been cancelled. Originally planned for Saturday 16 May, it was postponed to 26 September before being cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions. The Revd Malcolm Guite, who had been due to lead the pilgrimage, will lead the 2021 event which will be on Saturday 15 May 2021.
The 2020 Eliot Festival, scheduled for Sunday 5 July, has been cancelled. We hope to carry the programme over to 2021 and we will confirm the date and other details as soon as possible.
The annual commemoration of Nicholas Ferrar takes place at Little Gidding on the Saturday closest to his feast day, Saturday 1 December 2018, with a celebration of Holy Communion at 10.30am. The Revd Bob Torrens will preside, and afterwards the Revd Mandy Flaherty and the Revd Canon Fiona Brampton will give a talk on the vision for the future of Little Gidding. For more information, follow the link.
The 2019 Pilgrimage is on Saturday 18 May and will be led by Canon Mark Oakley. For more information, to let us know you are coming, and to book Lunch and/or Tea, follow the link.
This year’s T S Eliot Festival is on Sunday 7 July, and celebrates the life and work of the writer, and his connection with Little Gidding.
Tickets are now on sale. For details, follow the link.