The Cell of Our Lady of Walsingham is a group of parishioners who meet regularly once a month in order to pray for the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk and to support and embody the mission and work of the shrine in their daily lives. They organise pilgrimages to Walsingham and help foster devotion to Our Lady in our parish.
The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham is an Anglican place of pilgrimage found on the site of an appearance of Our Lady to a local woman in 1061. Ever since then, pilgrims have made their way to Walsingham to find healing, renewal, and answer to prayer.
The cell meets on the second Saturday of each month at 12 noon to say the rosary followed by Mass.
Our cell’s members also organise pilgrimages each year to Walsingham: to the National Pilgrimage in May; and to a parish weekend pilgrimage in July.