This year’s Headland Benefice Pilgrimage will take place on Sunday, June 30.
The total journey is 10 miles which can be done on foot, by car or a combination of the two and the event’s organisers are inviting people to join them for all or part of the pilgrimage.
The pilgrimage schedule is as follows:
9.45am: Service begins with welcome and prayers of penitence and encouragement at St Peter’s, Reighton
9.50am: Journey to Speeton.
11am: Service continues with God’s Word at St Leonard’s, Speeton.
11.20am: Journey to Bempton.
1.30pm: Lunch (soup and sandwiches) provided at Bempton Church Hall.
2.30pm: Service continues with affirmation of faith, prayers and the Peace at St Michael’s, Bempton.
3pm: Journey to Flamborough.
5pm: Refreshments available in Flamborough Church Hall.
5.30pm: Service of Holy Communion concludes at St Oswald’s Church in Flamborough.
A spokesman said: “Lunch will not be until 1.30pm so if you think you will be hungry take a bit of something to eat on the way.
“There are toilets at Bempton and Flamborough Church Halls. We intend to hire a portable toilet at Speeton. Children aged under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and all dogs must be well behaved and on leads.
“Each person is responsible for their own safety throughout the day.”