Society for Creative Anachronism

West Dragonshire

 

Winchester Pilgrimage VIII

Reservations

Prices:

Adults   40
    Day trip   35
    Day trip without feast   25
Under 16   20
Under 5   Free
Family cap
(max 2 adults, 2 U16)
  90

   

 

Merchants the site will levy an additional charge of 20 for those that wish to set up to sell their wares.

To make your reservation, please complete the form below, which will be sent to the reservations steward. Please include all details on the form, including any food allergies/intolerances and other restrictions (e.g. mobility).

Unless otherwise agreed in advance, reservations are not confirmed until we have received payment or confirmed travel details.

Payment Methods

By Cheque (Sterling only)
Send cheque (payable to SCA West Dragonshire) to Ellen Rawson (Mistress Ariel of Lindisfarne), 3 Campion Way, Lymington, SO41 9LS.
Direct Deposit/Electronic Transfer
Please contact stewards for Swift/IBAN account details. You are responsible for any transfer fees. Please use reference "WP18 [yourname]" for the payment.
Other
For other payment methods (e.g. cash on door), please arrange in advance with stewards.

Please send travel details to the Reservations Steward

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Site last updated 15 Feb 2018 by Raphe Cuthbert