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Scottish Pilgrim Routes Forum

A network of organisations and individuals committed to developing routes for off-road pilgrimage travel across Scotland

Telephone : 01786 841809       E-mail : info@sprf.org.uk
Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation - Charity No. SC045212



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SPRF Spring Forum Meeting
The Forum Meeting is to be held on Friday 26th April 2019 in the Canmore Room, Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, Abbot Street, Dunfermline, Fife KY12 7NL.
The meeting starts with registration at 10.30 am and will conclude by 4.15 pm.
The full programme and booking form are shown and can be downloaded by linking to the EVENTS page.

SPRF Annual Guided Walk Programme
The 2019 Guided Walk Programme is now confirmed and interested persons can now register to come on all or any of the walks. These guide walks tend to be half day walks and feature sections of SPRF's priority pilgrim routes. This year we are also featuring a full day charity walk connected with St Cuthbert.

The first guided walk is on Thursday 11th April on the Three Saints Way so we hope for a strong turnout for this event which is open to all members and interested persons.

For details on all of the walk programme and instructions on registering click on THIS LINK.

The "Scottish Pilgrim Routes Forum" (SPRF) was established in February 2012 following a meeting of interested persons and organisations held at Culross Abbey. This follows a period over 2 to 3 years of seminars and meetings where ecumenical church groups and individuals, Scottish Parliamentarians, SNH, Visit Scotland and walking enthusiasts, to mention but some, have been looking at the potential for growth and development in "Faith Tourism" and Pilgrimage routes.

Since its establishment its membership and influence has expanded and by 2014 SPRF became a Scottish Charitable Incorported Organisation (SCIO).

This SCIO aims to be a focal point for discussion and development of Pilgrim Routes within Scotland.

To request a copy of our leaflet click on this LINK and type in your mailing address.

For fuller information on the background to the SPRF development and to understand what SPRF is planning to do link to the article written by Nick Cooke and published in "OPEN HOUSE" in the April/May 2012 edition.

To learn more about membership and how to become a "Full" or "Associate" member click on the "Members' section" or on this link then download a PDF constitution and application form.

Following the Celtic Way
A New Assessment of Celtic Christianity by Ian Bradley.
This is a new book written by one of our SPRF Trustees and published by Dalton, Longman and Todd.
The publishers are offering a discount price to SPRF members who wish to purchase this interesting and enlightening book. The retail price is 12.99 but using the SPRF discount code this can be purchased for 6.49 (50%). To make a purchase click on the following LINK then follow the on-line instructions by adding this item to your basket and when asked for "Discount code" type in "celticway".
There is an additional P&P charge of 2.50.


Abernethy Market Cross on Three Saints Way


Vantage point on Three Saints Way looking NW over the Tay

Norwegian Pilgrim walkers at Kirk Hill
Norwegian Pilgrim at Horsecastle Bay

Norwegian Pilgrim walkers at Kirk Hill, St Abbs
site of St Aebbe's monestary


Norwegian Pilgrim at Horsecastle Bay, site of
St Cuthbert & the two otters


Pilgrim walkers leaving Melrose Abbey
Northern Cross Pilgrims on route to Lindisfarne

Pilgrim walkers leaving Melrose Abbey


Northern Cross Pilgrims on route to Lindisfarne

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