Congress 2014 – post-Congress visit, Belfast

Organised for after the Congress closes:-

(You can indicate your interest on the registration form, and we will contact you by email with further details). 

  1. Peace-making in Northern Ireland

    A four-nights visit to Northern Ireland to learn about the peace process there, at Larne near Belfast. 
    Cost: £200, payable in advance at this page

    Peacemaking in Northern Ireland  (PDF two pages – itinerary with links)

    Flying to Belfast immediately after Congress ends, on Wednesday 27 August, returning on Sunday 31 August (four nights).
    Numbers are limited to 15.

    Your flight booking:  The cost of the flight is not included in the £200 tour fee. You will have to book your own flight, and to Belfast International (by EasyJet) rather than Belfast City Airport (by FlyBe), as Belfast International Airport is closer to your destination of Larne.

    The optimal flight from Birmingham is the EasyJet 19:50, arriving Belfast International at 20:55 
    Optimal return flight on Sunday 31 August is the EasyJet 16:35 from Belfast International, arriving Birmingham at 17:35 
    Price approximately £60 (at 16 June 2014).




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