Brigid’s Way Celtic Pilgrimage on Easter Saturday, 2023
Pollardstown Fen to St. Brigid’s Well Kildare Town.
Meet at Solas Bhride on Tully Rd. at 11am and a couple of cars will bring us back to Fen.
The pilgrimage winds around the Fen and afterwards along a lovely, quiet country road to the Curragh. On then to the Rathbride Healing Stone, Kildare Cathedral and Round Tower, St. Brigid’s Healing Well, St. Brigid’s Slippers, the Rag Trees and Solas Bhríde where we will have tea and biscuits. Takes c.3 hours. Cost 15 euro towards the tea and biscuits and Brigid’s Way Pilgrim Path which goes from Louth to Kildare over 9 days in July. We will be walking Stage 9 of the Pilgrim Path.
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Brigid’s Way Celtic Pilgrimage, July 22nd to July 31st 2022
We are delighted to announce that after a 3-year hiatus due to Covid 19 we are currently dedicating our energies to bring you a bigger and better 9 Day Pilgrimage from the 23rd – 31st July 2022. Please put these dates in your diary and keep an eye on our website and social media for regular updates.
The Pilgrimage is organised to be as affordable as possible while providing a safe and reliable holding for all pilgrims. The fee for each day is €40.00 x 9 plus Paypal fees = €380.00 which includes organisation, monthly Zoom updates and preparation calls from April-July, Brigid rituals and ceremonies, stories, myths and legends, daily support vehicle and luggage moving service. This does not include accomodation or food. However we have arranged low cost venues for both along the route and will help you book this smoothly once you sign up. Think in terms of lunch around €5.00 and dinner approx. €15.00-€18.00. Bed & Breakfast is usually about €50.00-€90.00. We encourage you to read through the whole website especially the Routes section and then return here to book. Listen to your heart and Celtic soul to know if this is for you.
We invite you to hold a vision of a strong, vibrant Brigid’s Way Pilgrimage continuing to play a significant role in the return of the Divine Feminine consciousness, equal but different to the Divine Masculine, in Ireland and in the world.