A group of Christians are walking across Cambridgeshire and Norfolk as part of Britain's oldest annual Easter pilgrimage.
They set off from Ely and are among around 275 people making their way to the shrine at Walsingham - from various parts of the country.
The annual Easter pilgrimage to the National Shrine to Our Lady at Walsingham in Norfolk met at Ely last night.
The three-day, 62-mile trek is one of a number taking place from across the country to remember the real meaning of Easter.
Last night, pilgrims met at Ely Cathedral ahead of walking through Downham Market and Harpley.
They will join more than 250 others at Walsingham on April 20th.