Project good practices

This film festival focuses on the themes of slow travel and journeys on foot along cultural routes, enhancing their narrative and tourism attractiveness
Location: Puglia, Italy (Italia)
Project: Green Pilgrimage
Pilgrimage themed Local Festival with multiple events promoting heritage, local produce, business and community involvement
Location: Kent, United Kingdom
Project: Green Pilgrimage
Development of a training module for volunteers to deliver guided walks and other activities on and around the North Downs Way National Trail
Location: Kent, United Kingdom
Project: Green Pilgrimage
The Ale of the Trail is a map linking local beer and cultural heritage with breweries on the North Downs Way National Trail.
Location: Kent, United Kingdom
Project: Green Pilgrimage
Measuring the value of pilgrimage routes to individuals, the local community and wider provides evidence for fundraising and identifying improvements.
Location: East Anglia, United Kingdom
Project: Green Pilgrimage
The Anglican Shrine in Walsingham receives 20,000 visitors annually almost 3000 of which are young people welcomed through events designed specifically for them
Location: East Anglia, United Kingdom
Project: Green Pilgrimage
A centre for pilgrimage in Norfolk, in Walsingham supports local employment and cuts food miles through its commitment to sourced products.
Location: East Anglia, United Kingdom
Project: Green Pilgrimage
A pilgrim hostel on Norway's famous St. Olav Way pilgrim route to Trondheim is selling local produce to benefit community creativity and economy.
Location: Agder og Rogaland, Norway (Norge)
Project: Green Pilgrimage
This practice considers the creation of a cultural route in Puglia, italy through a bottom-up strategy and without significant public funds
Location: Puglia, Italy (Italia)
Project: Green Pilgrimage
Funding and creating is one thing maintenance is another. Maintenance must be a part of the paln to develop a trail.
Location: Östra Mellansverige, Sweden (Sverige)
Project: Green Pilgrimage
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