PF Devon, Cornwall & Isle Conference 2017

PF Devon, Cornwall & Isles Conference 2017 Just got back from another PF Devon, Cornwall & Isles Spring Conference held at the lovely Penstowe Manor in North Cornwall. We were treated to talks by Graham King, Prudence Jones, Kate & Corwen and Professor Roland Rotherham....
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Imbolg

Imbolg Halfway between the Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox we find the festival of Imbolg, a Gaelic traditional festival marking the beginning of spring most commonly held on 1 February. This festival has its origins within the Celtic agricultural community. Imbolc is mentioned in some of the...
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Wassail : St Ives Community Orchard

Wassail : Apple Tree Wassail Community Orchard Join the communities first Apple Tree Wassail on Sun 15th Jan starting at 3pm. Come along to enjoy, and if you fancy, you can decorate yourself with some ivy, leaves & feathers & bring along something to make...
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Annual All Hallow’s Gathering | Hallows

Annual All Hallow’s Gathering Saturday 29th saw the Annual Hallow’s Gathering organised by the Museum of Witchcraft and Magick in Boscastle. We were treated to the Dancing of the Dark Morris with the Beltane Border Morris (from Devon), Catseye Morris (from Cornwall) and Wytchwood Morris...
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Kalan Gwav, Allentide or Halloween.

Kalan Gwav, Allentide or Halloween. Nos Kalan Gwav (eve of first day of winter)           Dy’ Halan Gwav (First Day of Winter) Kalan Gwav  is the Cornish festival of Halloween. It is that time of year when thoughts turn to the dark of the year, the...
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World Goddess Day 2016

World Goddess Day 2016 4th September 2016 World Goddess Day is on the first Sunday in September. It is a Goddess inspired, International Event that has now been running since 2014. This is the third event and in Cornwall it has been organised by Sue...
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Initiation or Dedication ?

Initiation or Dedication ? The second cohort of The Schools “Craft” course is approaching its conclusion and once again we are thinking about the celebration of completion in terms of an ‘Initiation into The Craft’ – but is this the correct terminology. The word INITIATION...
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Crying The Neck

Crying The Neck Crying The Neck is a harvest festival tradition practiced in Cornwall and Devon. The tradition seems to have died out in Devon but was in revived Cornwall in the early twentieth century by the Old Cornwall Society. In his book The Story of...
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World Goddess Day 2016 | world goddess day

World Goddess Day 2016     THE WORLD GODDESS DAY PROJECT emerged in 2014 to unite the Mother Goddess’ worshipers world wide through their many expressions and manifestations and held more then 50 events around the World. In 2015, the held more than 80 events....
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