The eve of the Translation of St Thomas of Canterbury is the anniversary of St Thomas More’s death in 1535.
He is a Becket figure who put God before the state and as a result lost his life.
Today pilgrims ‘meet’ him at Southwark, Dartford, Farningham and Canterbury.
In Canterbury every 6 July there is a lecture within a service at St Dunstan’s Church where St Thomas’s head is buried in the family vault. His daughter lived along the street on the PW.
The church is the last one on the PW to get your pilgrim passport stamp before reaching Canterbury’s city gate.
The St Thomas More Commemoration Service will go ahead on Monday 6 July at 7pm and can be followed live on the parish Facebook.
The order of service is available on the church website.