Amazing images of Our Lady of Walsingham Shrine over the years
- Credit: Antony Kelly
It has hosted the Archbishop of Canterbury, been paid a royal visit, and even gone on tour.
The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham has certainly seen a lot during the last 100 years.
The religious shrine, which brings pilgrims from across the world to Norfolk every year with the National Pilgrimage, is celebrating its jubilee with a national tour and local events.
2022 marks a century since a priest, Father Alfred Hope Patten, restored the image of 'Our Lady' in 1922, setting up the shrine at the parish church of St Mary.
The pilgrimage, which takes place in Walsingham over the May bank holiday, brings thousands to honour the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.
We had a look in our archive to explore how the shrine has changed and some of its most memorable moments.