Tickets

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Full event – residential
One ticket per person for the full event Mon 14 evening – Wed 16 Oct after lunch
£ 330.00
Unlimited
Deposit only ticket
One per person to reserve a space, non-refundable
£ 25.00
Unlimited
Full event – less the deposit (if already paid)
one ticket per person for the remaining balance for Chaplains’ Conference
£ 305.00
Unlimited
Day ticket – full time
one ticket per person if only coming as a day visitor and not sleeping overnight
£ 140.00
Unlimited
Day ticket – less the deposit (if already paid)
one ticket per person for the remaining Day ticket price for Chaplains’ Conference
£ 115.00
Unlimited
TISCA staff only ticket
one per person for TISCA staff
£ 0.00
1 available

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