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Les Blake, Dermot McDermott, Terry Ffyffe, Paul Adungbe, Brian Dillon and Chris Thompson on the pilgrimage

Brothers make prayer pilgrimage to Canterbury

Pilgrimage raised money for the homeless, Christians in Sudan, children’s counselling and a Catholic hospice

Archbishop Nichols celebrated Mass last year to mark the 30th anniversary of the Passage

Any donation to the homeless charity until Friday will be matched by the Big Give fundraising scheme

Supporters of the Passage gather in Westminster Abbey’s gardens to raise money for the homeless (Photo: Sheila Smith)

Annual Passage party is a success despite the rain

Sir Stuart Rose is pictured with Mick Clark, chief executive of the Passage centre

The Passage marks 30 years with exhibition

The exhibition featured portraits of 30 key people who had been involved with the Passage over the years, taken by 30 photographers

Archbishop Vincent Nichols and Sister Ellen Flynn slice a 30th anniversary cake

Over the last 30 years the Passage has helped more than 100,000 people. It has served three million meals, found jobs for 2,000 clients

A view of the garden party in the lovely College Garden

Hundreds enjoy the Passage garden party

The Passage, the centre for homeless people in central London, held its summer party in the College Garden of Westminster Abbey