The legs normally stay in church or village halls, as often the villages we stop overnight in are very small usually, often no B&B's and there can be up to 20 of us walking in each group. Its the only logical accommodation, we bring our own bedding and food. It's like indoor camping. Each leg has a leader who has overall responsibility for the leg and its people. There is the secretary who organises the guides, liturgy, the halls or stops and transport. The cook who organises the shopping and food. Then there are the support drivers who take it in turns to drive the support car and the other transport cars usually 2 or 3.
At the end of each walk when we reach Lindisfarne each leg holds a meeting to elect a new leader and secretary to run the leg next year and discuss how the walk might be improved for next year, these recommendations are included in the leg report for our annual general meeting or AGM.
On Holy Island, Northern Cross holds a Annual General Meeting on the Easter Saturday, to receive the leg reports, discuss ideas to improve, promote or manage it and elect members to the various committees.