Robin Logie’s EMDR trainings take place in two easily accessible and interesting locations:

Lancaster


The historic city of Lancaster, with its 12th century castle, hilltop monument, two universities, museums and diverse eating establishments, is a pleasant place to spend a few days.

With direct trains from Glasgow or Edinburgh (2 hours) and London (2½ hours), Lancaster is easily accessible by public transport. If you are travelling by car, it is 10 minutes off the M6 motorway.

Lancaster is close to some beautiful countryside. It’s only 40 minutes’ drive to Lake Windemere and there are lovely places to visit and walk much closer by.

The EMDR Training will take place at the University of Cumbria’s Lancaster campus, 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre.

www.visitlancaster.org.uk

Plymouth


Since the first white settlers to America set sail in the Mayflower from Plymouth in 1620, it has always been an interesting place to visit. It is very much a maritime city with several marinas where there are a variety of restaurants. Plymouth is a great place to wander or visit the National Marine Aquarium (the UK’s largest) on a rainy day.

There are direct trains from London (3 to 4 hours), Bristol (2 hours), Exeter (1 hour) and it is 45 minutes from the end of the M5 near Exeter. If you wish to arrive by air, the best bet is to fly to Exeter which has direct flights from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Norwich, London, Manchester and Newcastle.

Plymouth is within spitting distance of some gorgeous places. It is close to the edge of Dartmoor and some of the most spectacular sections of the South West Coast Path. Bovisands Beach is 20 minutes away by car. Just cross the Tamar Bridge and you are into Cornwall.

The EMDR Training will take place at the Crowne Plaza hotel by Plymouth Hoe, 15 minutes’ walk from the station.

www.visitplymouth.co.uk

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