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Pilgrimage to launch Two Saints Way guidebook

Two Saints Way David Pott

A full-colour guidebook to the revived Two Saints Way will be launched in Stone and six other places in November along the ancient pilgrimage route between the cathedral cities of Chester and Lichfield. The author, David Pott, who re-opened the 92-mile Two Saints Way in 2012 when he was living in Stone, will be walking the route to each venue in a ...

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Origins of town to be recreated

The moment in Middle Age history that gave Stone its name will be recreated as part of the first official pilgirimage along the Two Saints Way, a new walking route that links Chester and Lichfield. Stone owes its origins to the actions of Wulfhere, king of the ancient kingdom of Mercia in the seventh century. He killed his sons – ...

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David walks 65km for his 65th birthday

  David Pott celebrated his 65th birthday on 2nd May by walking a kilometre for every year of his life to raise funds and awareness for a new walking trail. David is the driving force behind the Two Saints Way project, a new trail through Staffordshire and Cheshire which will tap into the area’s links with Mercian legends. The Two ...

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David’s 65km for his 65th birthday

David Potts will celebrate his 65th birthday on 2nd May by walking a kilometre for every year of his life – and he’ll be raising funds and awareness for a new walking trail along the way. David is the driving force behind the Two Saints Way project, a new trail through Staffordshire and Cheshire which will tap into the area’s fascinating ...

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