Entertainment will run from
12 - 10pm
Damh the Bard - We are so excited to have Dave back with us to round the day off with dancing
and a final magical boost. An amazing singer songwriter, storyteller and poet.
With eight outstanding albums, and singing and speaking
all over the world, Damh has become one of the
most popular contemporary pagan folk musicians. Don't forget to join in with the "Na Na's"!
7:30 ~ ROxIRcLE
are making a very welcome return to London!
ROxIRcLE are an alternative folk-rock band with stunning vocals by Deanna Royale and
Dave Morris on guitar. Inspired by their shared interest in British folklore and a fascination with the supernatural, they
began writing and recording their own music such as "Night if the Vampire". Live, they are compelling to watch; strange and other- worldly escapism is high on the agenda; and a bonding
of minds between everyone willing to indulge. So come through the thinning veil...
~ Fortunate Sons ~ Rock covers band (with a familiar face). Fortunate Sons offer heart felt songs to entertain. Every day Awen in action!
4:15 ~ Stone Heroes ~ Female
fronted ‘Post punk pop rockers’ Stone Heroes formed in 2012 and have been gigging clubs, pubs and festivals ever
since. They have released 3 critically welcomed EP’s and have just finished recording new songs for their first album
entitled 'Keepers of The Light'
2:45 ~ The Kimberleys ~ With decades of experience
under their respective belts, multi-instrumentalists Jim and Isobel formed this duo to focus on their deep rooted love of
traditional folk music. Heralded as" gifted instrumentalists" by Bright Young Folk
and featured in the Telegraphs Top 40 Folk Albums 2015 for their work with Wolfscote, the couple honour, explore and expand
Carr - The ex (again!) Bard of Avebury and a favourite on the
Pagan Scene. A lovely selection of Folk, Druidic & Pagan inspired original music guaranteed to make you smile.
Various times during the afternoon!
Pentacle Drummers - If you heard them play at our
last event (well you couldn't not if you were in a 3 mile radius of the venue!) they are back again bringing their
amazing energy to this event with their contagious, powerful, tribal-esque rythms to entertain the masses!
Swan Border Morris are a mixed gender Morris team based in Carshalton. They dance their interpretation of
border Morris, which originated from the English/Welsh boarders and can be traced back to the 16th Century.
12.45 ~ Opening Ritual Welcome to our ancestors!
DRUMOUT - Bring a drum and join in the fun! A walk around the venue drumming and raising the energy. Everyone welcome to join in.
6.00 ~ Closing Ceremony.
Don't forget that the live
music will continue until 10pm
We hope you all have a wonderful day and take with you great memories
and bucket loads of positive energy.
Stalls will be open from 12 - 6pm
Cobwebs & Cauldrons - are a witchcraft suppliers based in Essex
we supply all your
witchy basics like herbs, candles, incence as well as all the lovely extras
like altar cloths, cauldrons, jewellery, clothes and much more.
N Cauldrons a friends request on Facebook if you wish to contact us.
Bewitched Botanicals ~ We sell artisan hand made
soaps, lip balms etc and medicinal herbs.
Kassandra - Kassie is a Energy Healing Lightworker specialising
in Oracle Card readings, Rahanni and Reiki healing as well as crystal and herbal healing. She has 13 years reading experience
My FB for my readings
is : https://www.facebook.com/ReadingsByKassandra
Scorch's Pyrography - I use pyrography (Pyrography is the traditional art of burning a design onto wood) and other craft techniques
to decorate various wooden, leather and other items as a hobby, creating unique hand-crafted items,
ideal as personalised gifts. I am also happy to take commissions. http://www.scorchpyro.co.uk
Designs ~ A huge selection of handmade sparkly and jangly beaded and charm jewellery to suit all tastes. Bracelets,
necklaces, trinkets and more.
Heathens ~ Information about an informal gathering of friendly folk in the UK, meeting in N.W. London
to ruminate on mythology, music and the making of mead, also planning the occasional Blot on the Landscape.
Animal Rescue (WAR)- are a small independent rescue centre and are entirely
self funding. They are predominately a cat rescue but also help small animals like rodents and reptiles, space and foster
homes permitting. A wonderful organisation set up in 2014 by
a husband and wife team. Try your hand at the tombola or support the cause by purchasing something from the selection
of lovely merchandise. (Sorry, there will be no kittens for sale!)
Griffon Leatherworks ~
A beautiful selection of hand made quality embossed leather goods. Handbags, Sporrans, key rings, wrist bands etc. in
a variety of mythical and Celtic designs.
Gwyndion Ash - Tarot readings and Ogham
readings. Come and have a reading and find your way by the trees using the divination system of Ogham.
Blue Moon Owl -
Come and meet me and my 78 loyal friends for an in depth Tarot reading. I combine the intuition of the moon and the wisdom
of the owl.
There will also be additional stalls carrying books,
information, and pagan supplies.
More to be added
Confirmed Talks & Workshops
From 1.15 - 6pm
We have speakers and will be updating the website as soon as possible with the confirmed times
1:15 -2pm ~ Rain ~ Chakras ~ are our personal
energy and Magik is about weaving energy but we don't use them together. This is a new way of looking at your Chakras
and how to use this source of powerful energy in your workings.
Kate ~ Shrines and Altars...The examination of their history and the differences
3-3:45 ~ Sasha Cooper ~ Tarot and Empowerment ~ looks
at card decks in a different way than normal workshops. It not only enables you to reconnect with your decks, but also gains further trust in yourself as a reader and in life.
to bring your own decks and any creative outlets you wish to explore in the workshop. Materials and decks will also be provided.
4 - 4:45pm Paul Mitchell
~ "Further Adventures in Sigil
Magic" ~ I'll explore some simple
practices and talk about some of the roots of this approach.
- 5:45pm ~ Suzie Quartly ~ Paganism and its relationship with trees
Food and Beverages
There is a very well stocked bar on site with a great range of Beer and MEAD
will be available!
Tasty homemade food, teas and coffees are available
from a café on-site. open until early evening.
The is also a
Tesco Express opposite the venue. (Yes you can bring your food into the venue)
eateries just a short walk away.
Pagan Beaver - PB will be attending as usual! If you have not met Pagan Beaver yet, please come and say Hi!