Monday 7 March 2016

Three Pagan Festivals in England this Summer

Spring flowers are blooming, green buds are on the trees and the evenings are getting noticeably longer. Spring Equinox is just around the corner and it really feels like time to be making plans for summer. Here are details of some great pagan festivals to put in your diary and book up for:

Druid Camp 2016
This camp for anyone interested in Druidry runs from Wednesday 3 August to Sunday 7 August on a hill encircled by the magical River Severn. Over the course of five days it offers lots of opportunities to learn about connecting with our land, our roots and our communities. The theme of this year's camp is divination and I am going to be one of the team, offering tarot readings. There will be plenty of other activities including talks, workshops, a healing area, a sweatlodge, rituals and entertainment. This year’s headline act is Nik Turner’s Space Ritual.
Full tickets (Wed-Sun) cost £130.00 for adults, £25.00 for children up to 12 and £40 for teens. Weekend ticket (Fri-Sun) are £110.00 for adults.
For details and to book, visit:

Artemis Gathering 2016
This lovely Pagan camp run by the Children of Artemis will be held over a long weekend of 12–15 August in 35 acres of Oxfordshire countryside. There will be talks, workshops, live bands, fire performers, a late night rock club, the Artemis bar and Artemis Cafe. Early bird ticket are just £42 for non-members and £35 for members. You can find out more and book tickets here:

Pagancon 2016
This one-day annual pagan event is on Saturday 2 July 2 at Preston Grasshoppers Rugby Club, Preston, Lancashire. It will include talks, stalls and entertainment. Tickets are £10 for adults and £5 for children until the 5 June when they will rise by £5 per ticket. You can find out more here:

No comments: