The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry Setting

Rachel Joyce
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The Garden Shed

This was a small shed Maureen used as a potting shed and that Harold used for storing his outdoor tools. This was where David committed suicide, hanging himself from a hook used for tools. Harold was the one who discovered David's body. He destroyed the shed later as a means of trying to cope with David's death, but nothing can erase the memory of that scene.

Berwich-upon-Tweed

Berwick is the town where Queenie is staying in the hospice facility. It's near the sea and is not a large city. Maureen joins Harold there and this is where they find themselves rekindling their lost love. They walk on the beach and remember their first conversation, laughing long and loud at that memory. The town represents the end of Harold's walking journey, or pilgrimage, and the beginning of this new life shared by Harold and Maureen.

St. Bernadine's Hospice

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