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Forth Pilgrim

Forth Pilgrim is a Dunfermline based Social Enterprise driven by a shared passion for history, walking, education and drama. Step back in time with Forth Pilgrim and discover a world of mystery, scandal, miracles, judgment and grace.

During their three mile adventure in the Fife region, they will recreate the life of a pilgrim through storytelling and drama, learning about how our ancestors survived during medieval days.

Forth Pilgrim educational tours offer:

• Curriculum based activities around history, R.E and environmental studies.
• An interactive cultural learning experience filled with storytelling, drama, costume and art.
• Outdoor adventure promoting health and fitness.

Your pilgrim guides Roger and Eileen Pickering share a passion for walking, education, history and drama. A walking group leader, Roger led a 2200 mile reconciliation walk from Cologne to Istanbul in 1996. He currently works for the Fife Council Museums service. Eileen combines over 16 years primary teaching with Helen O’Grady drama qualifications to deliver an educational experience that inspires and excites school children.

Tours run from March through to October. Various pilgrim routes are offered within the Fife region, many along the stunning coastal path.

A full day tour is priced at £250 per class. Half day tours available. Ask us about a ‘sponsored walk’ pack to help families meet the cost and/or raise funds for the school or a registered charity.

The first ten bookings in 2008 will secure an introductory offer price of £170.00.

Tours are also available for organised groups such as cubs, brownies, and after school clubs, and can be booked for weekends or school holidays.

Forth Pilgrim is a not for profit organisation and an approved Outdoor Education provider for Fife Education.

For further information or make a booking contact Forth Pilgrim:

• Telephone: 01383 730056 or 0780 6644324
• Email:

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Company Registration No. 278156. Scottish Charity No. SC 029210