A report on the afternoon presentations will follow shortly. For background information on the St Cuthbert's Way link to www.stcuthbertsway.net or www.stcuthbertsway.info
Previous bi-annual meetings have been successful and on this website you will be able to link to their report.
On the 3rd October 2014 it was the Scottish Pilgrimage Gathering 2014, this being an open full day meeting for all who had an interest in the development of Pilgrimage walks. This was jointly organised by SPRF and Forth Pilgrim with support from Fife Tourism Partnership.
The day was a great success with an opening address from Paul Wheelhouse MSP - Scottish Goverment Minister for Environment and Climate Change, then followed by three keynote speakers, these being Prof. Sam Berry, Mr Chris Baines and Prof. Richard Oram.
To access a fuller report and images from the day simply click on the SPG 2014 logo.
At the close of the Gathering Event SPRF held its 3rd Annual General Meeting. For more details on this meeting SPRF members should access the Membership section of the website.
An earlier Forum Meeting and members' EGM was held on Thursday 24th April at the St Mungo's Museum in Glasgow.
This meeting was open to both members and non members and had a full and interesting agenda. It also included a conducted tour of Glasgow Cathedral and participants were joined by walkers completing the final leg of the "850 Pilgrimage" walk linking Glasgow with Paisley and Whithorn.
For more details on the event 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.
This group aims to be a focal point for discussion and development of Pilgrim Routes within Scotland.
To download a copy of our leaflet click on this LINK.
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.
This website is still subject to significant developments and material being added. For that reason some the links and pages are still inactive.
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