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"The Pagan Federation warmly supports Pagan Pride
and congratulates the organisers for bringing the
community together once more for this great event."

- President Pagan Federation


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PAGAN PRIDE UK 2010 - Sunday 1st August

We couldn’t have done it without you…!

PARADE: 200

FESTIVAL: 600

 

Main Stage:

Ravenage feat. Martin Walkyier,  Beneath the Oak, Kim Thompsett, Roger Patterson, Freaky Riverstyx, Seas of Mirth

 

Speakers & Performers:

Wa Na Nee Che, Mark Graham; Druid Network, Pete Davis; StoryTellers of Nottingham, Tony Rotherham as Robin Hood, David J Knight, Kristian Lander, Black Pig Border Morris, Syrens Belly Dancers,

 

2010 EVENTS  >>Read the full blogs here

FULL MOON VIEWING RITUAL - Monday 26th July; The Forest.  An intimate group gathered on The Forest Rec ground for on a balmy night for a lovely candlelit ritual… BBC Radio Nottingham also came down to record for the Sunday Morning worship show which was aired on Pride Day!

NIGHT OF NAUGHTINESS - Saturday 17th July; The Central. We all wore something saucy or a corset and let our wildside out for a night of Belly-Dancing & Burlesque….

BEE BLESSING & DRAGON MOOT SOLSTICE PARTY - Monday 21st June; The Robin Hood Statue& The Dragon, Nottingham.  How lucky we were to have had the last two Solstices fall on a Dragon Moot!  For those of your who couldn’t make Stone Henge this year joined us for a summery blessing for the Bees and then went down to the Dragon to celebrate!

BELTANE PICNIC - Sunday 9th May; The Forest.  A Merry May! ..it was sunny and breezy, and much fun was had by all! 

TREASURE HUNT - Monday 5th April; Nottingham City Centre.  Lots of fun was had as our teams dashed about the fair City of Nottingham searching for clues…

FULL MOON VIEWING RITUAL - Wednesday 31st March; The Forest.  We all gathered in the cold to witness the rising of the full moon