The 2021 ISF Mind, Body & Spirit Week, the ISF’s annual education and training conference, will be held 7th – 14th August 2021 at Cober Hill, Scarborough, UK).
The ISF annual events are very special, bringing together like-minded people to share, learn and to socialise together. The events also give the opportunity for members to liaise with other Spiritualists who might be following a similar path, giving the chance to share problems and solutions. At our gatherings, the important factor is the inclusive atmosphere in learning. We may all come from different parts of the globe, but in learning together, we all benefit for our experience and knowledge. Add into that the excellent tutors we have to coach and teach, and we hope it will be a perfect week!
This year Cober Hill will provide a unique and tranquil setting in which to relax, unwind and learn! It is located within the stunning North Yorks National Park and overlooks the fabulous Heritage Coast. It is a Victorian mansion, steeped in history and set in 11 acres of stunning grounds. More information can be found at www.coberhill.co.uk/
See travel information in the section below.
There are excellent road links from York and Leeds using the A64, to the A1 / M1 via the A64, to the M62 via Driffield and to Teesside and the North East using the A171. Frequent rail services link Scarborough to York and Hull and there is a half hourly bus service between Whitby, Scarborough and Cloughton.
All flight options, London Gatwick, London Heathrow and London Stansted and Leeds Bradford require train service onward to Scarborough.
If you are travelling from London, the main North of England hub is London Kings Cross.
To plan your journey or book tickets, the following link will give you timetable and price information: https://ojp.nationalrail.co.uk/service/planjourney/search
From Rail Station to Cober Hill: For those travelling by rail, Station Taxis, situated in the station forecourt have large taxis suitable for the disabled, and can be pre-booked to meet your train. Generally the journey to Cober Hill would be 15 to 20 minutes and fare in the region of £9.00. Station Taxis can be contacted on 01723 366366.
Travelling to Scarborough
International air travellers have a choice, to fly into London and then connect by train to Scarborough or to fly into Leeds Bradford International which is the closest airport to Scarborough.
Flying into London:
Gatwick airport has a direct rail link to Kings Cross Station in Central London (this is the main hub station for the North East of England) The rail link is accessed directly from the main terminal and is served by lifts and escalators.
Heathrow airport has rail connection to Kings Cross from Terminal 2 and 3, but requires changes at Paddington before arriving at Kings Cross. A number of airlines will transfer from Heathrow direct to Leeds Bradford (British Airways)
This option is particularly suited to those wishing to break their journey in London prior to the conference.
Flying into Yorkshire:
The best option for many International travellers is to fly into Leeds Bradford International, which is a smaller regional airport. The airport is served by a number of airlines, but KLM is a major airline with connections worldwide. https://www.klm.com/home/gb/en
From the airport there is a rail service to Scarborough