Our Lady of Eton, Assumed into Heaven
Once upon a time, pilgrims, wearing badges like this one (you can buy a replica for £3.50 from www.noctule.co.uk), received a plenary indulgence when visiting the Chapel of Eton College on the Feast of the Assumption. the pilgrimage was not the only mark of devotion to Our Lady at Eton: the boys also used to recite the Little Office of the BVM, starting with Prime as they made their beds.
As with many other pilgrimages, this one was abolished under Henry VIII.
But Eton continued to reverence the Mother of God
After the Reformation, under Cromwell, the boys fought back the Roundheads to protect their beloved Virgin, ensconced above the front door of their school. The soldiers got the message and did not come back; She is still there today, being lifted into Heaven by two angels.