On Wednesday October 19th 2016, a group of six pupils, accompanied by the Chaplain, Fr M. Villani SDB and Mrs. M Morrison of the RE department, represented Salesian School Chertsey at the inaugural Secondary School Pilgrimage, organised by the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. After arriving just before 10am in Arundel, our group accompanied several other schools in walking through the grounds of Arundel Castle, owned by the Duke of Norfolk, also the Earl of Arundel. The picturesque walk took place in ideal outdoor conditions, dry and bright, which enabled our pupils to enjoy the fresh air and scenery as they drew nearer to their goal, viz. the Cathedral of Our Lady and St. Philip Howard. Bishop Richard Moth presided at Mass in the Cathedral, most fitting as October 19th is the Solemnity of St. Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel, Martyr and Co-Principal Patron of the diocese. The liturgy and music were of a very high standard and was greatly appreciated by all pilgrims.