A total of eight innocent people died in the one night along with the three attackers.
Australian nurse Kirsty Boden from Guy’s Hospital died outside the cathedral.
Cathedral artist in residence Alison Clark has started work on a piece of art for the anniversary.
The theme is Broken Beauty taken from the Japanese art of Kintsugi where ceramics that have been damaged are repaired with gold.
The specially commissioned work, supported by Southwark Council, incorporates prints on taken from the sacristy door damaged in the attack aftermath together with prints from other parts of the Cathedral that show traces of the past.
Gold will be added to the piece as an echo of Kintsugi.
This installation of heavy cloth is to be hung in the retrochoir by Saturday 2 June and will remain until Thursday 14 June.
Pilgrims setting out from Southwark may see Alison at work this week.
Pilgrims from Winchester approaching Box Hill may find that there is diversion due to travellers having occupied and blocked the National Trust owned Steer’s Field.
Here, where the PW and North Downs Way coincide, the advice is to use the Pilgrims Way as shown on OS map and enter Denbies vineyard via Dorking:
“Take the Pilgrims Way track at the bottom of the scarp passing Landbarn Farm, keeping right when the track forks. When the track meets the road keep right on the footpath by the school to pick up the Mole Gap Trail which takes you back to the North Downs Way by the Denbies Vineyard Visitor Centre.”
Lent Lilies, or daffodils, are out at Lesnes Abbey as the garden and woods recover from the snow.
Pilgrims from Southwark pass through Lesnes Abbey on their way from Shooters Hill to Dartford on Day 2.
The Abbey, now an outline of stones, is dedicated to St Thomas Becket.
Tradition holds that the daffodils are descendants of those planted by the Augustinian monks. Although daffodils were brought to Britain by the Romans there is no record of when they first appeared in the Abbey grounds.
The wood round the Abbey’s south side is also noted for its bluebells which will appear shortly.
The monastic farm site on the west side now has a garden and a cafe counter called Abbey Good Coffee (open Tue-Sun until 4pm in summer).