Train Pilgrimage

750 Miles, 3 Nations, 1 Epic Pilgrimage

****There are now less than 55 seats remaining****

To celebrate the end of our Year of Pilgrimage in 2014, we will be travelling by train from North Wales to Glasgow on Bank Holiday Monday 5 May.

The special, all first-class service will be pulled by a heritage diesel engine and pick up at stations along the coast before travelling to Glasgow – the home of St Kentigern, founder of our Diocese – for a special service and then returning to North Wales in the evening.

A 750-mile round trip, the train will leave Llandudno Junction at around 7am, returning around midnight.  The trip should allow for around five hours site-seeing in Glasgow.

The cost of tickets varies depending on whether you want two seats together or are happy to sit in a table of four.

Seat at a table for 2                               £95 per person (£190 per table)
Seat at a table for 4                               £85 per person (£340 per table)
Young people under the age of 18 travel at the concessionary fare  of £35 when accompanied by a full-fare paying adult.  Eg., a table for 2 adults/2children (under 18) is £240 (2 @ £85 + 2 @ £35).

Tickets are already selling fast – why not be part of this epic finale to the Year of Pilgrimage?

Train Pilgrimage Form

More details from Revd Phil Atack