There are far too few family-friendly pagan events, but one annual outing that is well worth going along to is Pan's Picnic.
This social day out for pagans, organised by Pagan Federation London, is taking place on Saturday 16 July this year at Trent Park, North London. It will run from 2pm to 6pm.
Pan's Picnic is designed as a family-friendly outdoor event in a beautiful woodland location, with a cafe, toilet and a play area for children conveniently close.
As well as the picnic, there will be drumming, singing, circle dancing and a guided walk in the woods. Bring food and drink and musical instruments if you have them. This is a great opportunity to chat with other pagans and have a good time.
The event will go ahead come rain or shine, but do wear appropriate clothing and something to sit on.
Getting there: The nearest tube is Cockfosters, on the Piccadilly line. From Cockfosters station, take the exit onto Cockfosters Road. Stay on the same side as station, turn right, and walk for 5 to 10 minutes. After passing a petrol station and a crematorium, you will reach the Cockfosters Gate at Trent Park. Once inside the park, walk about 20 yards and turn into the field on your right.
For more details, visit: http://www.pflondon.org/