The Muizenberg Historical Conservation Society held a pilgrimage through religious sites in Muizenberg and surrounds, on Saturday, April 22. According to society chairman Glenn Babb, each of the 28 pilgrims who joined was given a staff, pictured, holding a scallop shell to signify good deeds in emulation of the Camino de Santiago route in Spain. Pilgrims walked along Main Road visiting the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Kalk Bay; the St James Catholic Church; the Kramat Sayed Abdul Aziz and the Muizenberg Hebrew Congregation Jewish synagogue, both in Camp Road; and the Muizenberg Methodist Church in Marchmont Road. At each of the stations, the pilgrims heard of the rites and symbolism of the place of worship. Mr Babb said the society planned to make it an annual event.