The 28th annual pilgrimage for peace in Hertfordshire will take place on Saturday, June 8.
The pilgrimage route sets off and concludes in Watford, but will visit the Buddist monastery at Great Gaddesden during the course of the day and there will also be a Druid ceremony on the Ashridge estate.
The full timetable will see pilgrims setting off from Watford’s Holy Rood church at 9.45am and then visiting the North Watford Mosque before moving on to Great Gaddesden, where lunch will be served.
Bushey and Radlett Reform Synagogue is the next stop during a busy day, before the trip to Ashridge’s Meadley Meadow.
After the Druid ceremony, the pilgrimage programme ends at the Sikh Gurdwara in Watford.
The programme has been put together by Westminster Interfaith and the Watford Interfaith Association.