The most northerly starting point for the pilgrimage was Dundee. A large number of pilgrims set off from there on 15 May 1926, on their 450 mile journey to London. The local paper described how ‘Every pilgrim wears a blue armlet on which is designed a white dove. Many wear blue tabards, like pilgrims of yore.’
Dundee Daily Telegraph, 18 June 1926.