The train took them to Glasgow
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170 St Asaph parishioners go on pilgrimage to Glasgow

There has been a revival in recent years of people under-taking religious pilgrimages and a year ago, the diocese of St Asaph decided to organise a year of such events.

Many of those involved short trips to holy sites in and around north Wales.

But on Monday - the feast day of St Asaph - the final pilgrimage was held with around 170 people taking a specially hired train up to Glasgow for the day.

Reporter Rob Thomas been finding out just why Scotland was their final pilgrimage destination.

  • 06 May 2014