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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


Pagan Pride
Pagan Pride
 

PAGAN PRIDE UK 2011 - Sunday 7th August

PARADE: 600

FESTIVAL: 1000

 

View more videos from the Pagan Pride UK 2011 festival on our YouTube Channel: PaganPrideUK

 

MAIN STAGE:

12.30 – 12.45      Opening Blessing; John Belham-Payne & Esme Knight

12.45 -   1.15      3 Eyed Fox; local acoustic folk

1.15  -  1.30        Belly Dancers

1.30 -  2.15         Northern Oak; brutal folk-metal from Sheffield

2.15  -  2.45        Belly Dancers

2.45  -  3.30       Cryptic Age; heavy melodic rock from York

3.30  -  4.00       Sepentyne; traditional medieval music,

4.00  -  4.45       TreeBeard; ‘Heavy Wood’ folk

4.45  -  5.15       Sepentyne; traditional medieval music,

5.15  -  6.00       Dyonisis; ethereal folk rock

.

SPEAKERS FORUM;

1.00pm – 1:45pm    David Knight; Male Spirituality

1:45pm – 2:30pm    Sarah Young; Embracing Stereotypes

2.45pm – 3.45pm    John Bellam Payne & Ashley Mortimer; Doreen Valiente’s Legacy

4.00pm – 5.00pm    The Syrens; Belly Dance workshop

5.00pm – 6.00pm    Ian Overton; Legends of Robin Hood

Nottingham Story-Tellers; workshops and many entertaining tales throughout the day

 

GREEN MAN TREE;

12:45pm – 1.00pm   Friends of Bestwood Park

1.00pm – 1:30pm     Esme Knight; ‘Why Pagan Pride is important’

1:45pm – 2.00pm    Ashley Mortimer; ‘What is Paganism?’

2.00pm – 3.00pm    Tony Rotherham; living history with “Robin Hood”

3.00pm – 3:30pm     Moot Speakers; tell everyone about your moot!

3.30pm – 4.30pm    Wa Na Nee Che; Journey to Spirit

4.30pm – 5.30pm    Frank Earp; Local Gods

 

MOOT TREE; Networking opportunities for people to meet others from their local Pagan community, National Pagan Organisations also attended to support the event.

  • Centre for Pagan Studies
  • The Pagan Federation
  • The Druid Network
  • Doreen Valiente Foundation

FAIRYLAND; Face Painting and craft activities all day in a family focused, childrens craft area.

AFTERSHOW PARTY; The Old Salutation Inn, Nottm. 7.30pm – 12am / £3.  Our friends from 3 Eyed Fox and Beneath The Oak entertained a lot of happy (and tired) people with chilled folk tunes.

Bar & Food;  Mm…Deli, Homemade Cafe, Castle Rock Brewery;Due to circumstances beyond our control Castle Rock failed to gain a license for the event, apologies.

Stalls & Services;  SpellCrafters, Bangtail Market, Enchanting Artefacts, Carenza Crystal; Tarot Reader, Blue Moon Goddess, Lizian, Subtle Bodies, Faerydaye Icefyre, Forever Living, Sacred Circles, Lynzi Lavina-Gold; Psychic Medium, Zeitgeist Project, Last Orders alcohol service