Pilgrimage of Grace: the pilgrimage largely mirrored the Lincolnshire rising in that it was funded by the church, appealed to men across the class system from Aske to the commoners. Aske brought organizational, propagational and overall intellectual skill to the rising meaning the rebels formed more of an army than a mass, with support in Northumberland, Durham, North Yorkshire and Cumberland
Key people: Robert Aske, Darcy, Hussey
Result: The rebels sent off their demands to the king only for them to be returned with the excuse that they were too vague. On the second time of sending them the king promised to review and consider them, the rebels dispersed thinking they had won a great victory. Aske went back down to London to be with the king in what would turn out the be a great trick.