Annual Pagan Camp

Always the first weekend in September

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All text and illustrations ©Anna Franklin, unless otherwise stated

tibulum | Sed vulputate

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The Mercian Gathering is held:

 To honour the Old Gods

To create a sacred space for people of all Pagan paths to come together in a spirit of fellowship, reverence and sharing knowledge

To raise money for our chosen charities - £70,420 raised by 2017

(We mainly raise money for Warks Wildlife Sanctuary, but we have also donated to Stop the Cull, Preston New Road anti-fracking,  The Beacon (£20,000), an Arley animal rescue, we have sponsored three ME sufferers through the Lightning Process, plus small donations to Cerebra, Air Ambulance, and others)

Any and all profit goes to charity




Group Working

Wicker Man



Pagan Music

Free Sunday craft market

Kid’s workshops and craft tent


Art Attacks

Our theme this year is ‘Plant Spirit, Plant Medicine’ and our talks, workshops and rituals will be centred around this, exploring it from many different perspectives to provide an immersive experience.

Mercian Gathering 2018

 Pagan Camp

Damh the Bard- Saturday night entertainment

Celtarabia - Friday night entertainment

Kim Morgan – magical perfumes

Michelle Axe - The Sacred Brew of Ceridwen

Andrea Rimmer - Hedge Witchery

Kirsty Patrick - The Tree of Life

Clive Hodge - a little history of the quern stone in Iron Age Britain, with food and recipes!

Tim Gwyn Clay - The Magical Birch Tree

Jim Dalton - Labyrinth Building

Ali English - Forgotten Herbs - using more unusual native plants for medicine. Foraging and herb walks

Ray Hatley - Making medicine pouches leather workshop

Elaine Mein - The Cunning Woman, Early English Plant-lore, charms and protection

Sharon Sim and Piers La Trobe - kid’s workshops

Gitta Cooper – children’s nature workshop and adult foraging

Sam and Pete – drumming circle

Jim Dalton - labyrinth building workshop

Linda Sever - Anglo Saxon Medicine and Magic

Paul Pearson - Rural Animism and Pagan Practices

Spike Jones - tba

Susan Marie Paramor - tba

Nick Packham – ongoing forging workshop

Debbie Lewis - art workshop

Glenn Lane - shamanic workshops

Graham Butcher - Stav Sessions, plus talk tba

Bear - Qi Gong sessions

Sharon Simm and Piers La Trobe - kid’s workshops

Pamela Mitchell - charm workshop

Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary - animals and talk

Debra Parfrey - belly dance workshop plus glass painting lantern workshop

Vanessa Lindley - body painting

Edwina Staniforth - Rewilding with Wild Medicine

Temple of Elen - workshops and drumming circles





31st August, 1st, 2nd September

Held near Nuneaton, Warks, UK

Photos Paul Mason