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To celebrate the tenth anniversary of The Choral Pilgrimage, Harry Christophers and a group of singers from The Sixteen, the ‘Voices of Classic FM’, will undertake a nine-day, 105-mile pilgrimage walk along the North Downs Way, from Guildford to Canterbury.
The walk will be led by countertenor Christopher "if I hadn’t become a singer I would have been a geography teacher" Royall and takes in several places of musical interest along the way including the grave of famous countertenor Alfred Deller, at Boughton Aluph, and Limpsfield Church near Oxted where Frederick Delius and Sir Thomas Beecham are buried.
We are raising money for two charities close to Harry Christophers's heart - World Vision and Save Canterbury Cathedral and aim to raise £50,000 between the two charities.
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision places a special emphasis on ensuring the needs and rights of children are met, because they are often the hardest hit by conflict, disaster and chronic poverty.