For today's modern-day folks, too often life is a rush. Get the 8.04 train to here and walk the day to there. Have to be there by 16.10 to make the bus connection to Nether Wallop. But there's a new movement. Those who want to enjoy the way and not make it a route-march.
Join the new crowd.
Pilgrimage from Winchester to Canterbury, from the shrine of St Swithun to the shrine of Thomas à Becket. From there, if you so desire, you can go further. Perhaps even to Santiago de Compostela or maybe to Rome. But this is not a race.
Where the St Swithun's Way meets the North Downs Way stands Farnham. Not only is Farnham the meeting point of the ways, but the town is a great place to break your journey and Stay a Little Longer.
For all the details of the routes through Farnham, see https://www.pilgrimswayfarnham.com/