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Brigid`s Way 9 day Celtic Pilgrimage 2017 will take from July 1st to 9th 2017.

Further information from info@brigidsway.ie, Ph: 087 682 1664 or visit http://brigidsway.ie.

Brigid's Way 2017

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Brigid`s Way Pilgrimage, Slane to Tara, Co Meath

Follow Brigid`s Way Celtic Pilgrimage route from Slane, crossing the River Boyne, continuing along stunning country roads, through Realtóg and Skreen to the iconic Hill of Tara. This will not only be a beautiful walk but also a sacred journey undertaken with intention and ceremony. Elemental blessings of fire and water will be offered along the route. Walking in pilgrimage, listening attentively to the deep quiet voice within, reconnects us with our own deep spiritual essence, which knows itself as a part of the unbroken web of life.Brigid's Way Walk Good Friday 2016

Meeting Point: Outside the Conyngham Arms Hotel in Slane Village at 10.15am

Contribution: 16 euros

Distance: 23km

Enquires to : onedaywalkbrigidsway@yahoo.com

Time: 5 to 6 hours

Requirements: Packed lunch and a water bottle. A stop will be made along the way to picnic. Minimum level of walking fitness rerquired.

Booking  at: https://www.paypal.me/brigidsway. Confirm your place by purchasing a ticket in advance and presenting your receipt on the day..

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Further information from info@brigidsway.ie, Ph: 087 6821664 or visit http://brigidsway.ie.

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*** Past Events ***

In 2016 we offered a different way for people to experience walking pilgrimage in Ireland. For the past three years, the Brigid’s Way from Faughart, Co. Louth to Kildare town has been walked over 9 consecutive days. This time we offered an opportunity for people to experience a shorter version of the full route. The Brigid’s Way Team is meeting in Autumn 2016 to plan the Pilgrimage for 2017, if you wish to receive details please subscribe to our Newsletter on this page. What followed were two very enjoyable Pilgrimages. The Faughart (Brigid’s birth place) to Ardee Pilgrimage which took place over the weekend (2nd and 3rd July 2016), and the Kildare (the home of Brigid’s monastery) weekend which took place (22nd – 24th July) allowed pilgrims to have a deep and rich experience.

St Bridget’s Way: Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July 2015

Day 1 we begin at Brigid’s Well on Faughart Hill, Co Louth where we hold a blessing at Brigid’s well invoking her presence during our pilgrimage. We will then walk to Brigid’s Healing Shrine, spending time at the stream, allowing time to experience the beautiful peaceful energy of Faughart in its “Summer Glory”. After a picnic lunch at Faughart we walk to Dundalk via Kilcurry, Toberona, and into the beautiful lands of Lisnawilly (part of the ancient pathway) and into Dundalk town.

On Day 2 we will walk from Dundalk to Ardee visiting the famous Cuchulainn stone and enact a dialogue that might have taken place between Brigid and Cuchulainn if they ever met! We visit the Brigid stain glass window in Knockbridge village before having lunch on the village green. We walk on to the beautiful village of Tallonstown and then into Ardee where our pilgrimage finishes.

Cost: €15 per day or €25 for 2 days. For further information and bookings email: info@brigidsway.ie Telephone Karen McDowell on 087 460 9006.

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Slane to Tara (15m/ 24km) Good Friday March 25th 2016. Come join us for one section of the nine day Brigid’s Way Celtic Pilgrimage as part of the National Pilgrim Paths week.

We will walk from Slane, crossing the River Boyne, where we will do a Brigid Water Blessing, continuing along stunning country roads through Realtóg and Skreen to the Hill of Tara, where we will finish with a Brigid’s Fire Blessing.

Optional dinner available in Maguires (pre-booking required)

Meeting outside Conyngham Arms, Slane at 10.30am.

Suggested donation €5.

For further information contact: Treacy O’Connor. Tel: +353 85 1970 566, email: info@brigidsway.ie or visit www.brigidsway.ie.

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