7th to 11th August 2019
email team@druidcamp.org.uk

Healing Area

Camp regular Chris (Mouse) Maskins will be heading a team of professional qualified and insured healers, providing a variety of treatments. All treatments are subject to availability and sessions are free but quickly snapped up. People wishing to take advantage are generally invited to “list up” after each morning meeting. More details later.

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Druidry in Times of Crisis

Druidry in Times of Crisis The theme for this year’s Druid Camp, as the title suggests, reflects the chaotic period through which we are living. So much of what went before has built the foundation for this moment, and maybe some of the things to come cannot be avoided, and we must learn to surf the tsunami… but there is still beauty, and nothing is born without struggle. These are times when digging your head into the sand might be seen as appropriate. Times when hedonistic partying into the cataclysm could be argued as rational reaction. In these times, extreme and polarising opinions garner momentum, and take centre ground. And those who feel the interconnectedness of all things feel pain and struggle to find sense in a world in crisis. The theme is huge! Resource depletion, population explosion, biodiversity loss, political madness. How can we make the differences that may

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Mad Magdalen

Mad Magdalen play Druid Camp Mad Magdalen are really chuffed to be invited back to play to the camp. Playing English Folk Music in the “Locked and Loaded” style – previous years have seen the crowd dance into the night.

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Wayne Danewood

Knife Throwing and Axe Throwing Workshops Dane has been a regular facilitator and member of the Rainbow Family for 17 years. As in previous years he is offering two sessions of the fun Circus skill of ‘Target Knife and Axe Throwing’. Whether you are a regular thrower or have never tried it, you will be welcomed by Dane and his Assistant Instructors Happily, the Druid Camp site is extensive and we’ve got plenty of space in which to hold workshops that need a little extra safety margin! With over 30 years experience in knife throwing and 13 years as an instructor in both Knife and Axe throwing , Dane is a full Member of ‘The Knife, Axe and Tomahawk Throwing Association UK’ (KATTA). Dane follows National Guidelines ensuring that his Range and his Sessions are run to the highest level of Safety and enjoyment for all his participants and Assistant Instructors.

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Graham Butcher

Graham Butcher. This year Graham will give a talk on the theme of ‘Philosophers, Warriors and Healers; what kind of people do we need to become if we are going to use ancient wisdom to thrive in a changing world?’ It is a theme he is working on this year in his Stav teaching and we would love to hear his ideas and thoughts at Druid Camp. Graham will also do morning Stav sessions as usual and will be available for rune counselling sessions in the divination area.

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Dragonsfly to play Druid Camp

We are very excited to let you know that Dragonsfly are confirmed to play at camp on the Friday night (9th August). They are a fabulous band, full of energy, and guaranteed to get us dancing! They draw on diverse styles ranging from from Celtic French and Breton inspired Dance music Eastern European tracks and moody Middle/Far Eastern songs.

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Here and Now to play Druid Camp

We are excited to announce that the legendary ‘Here and Now’ band are confirmed to play on the Saturday night at Druid Camp! They originally formed in the 1970’s and are still going strong, playing psychedelic rock guaranteed to take you on a journey. Bish still has all his old vinyl, so watch out on the dance floor… Not to be missed!

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Kris Hughes

We are very pleased to announce that the very wonderful Kris Hughes will be joining us at Druid camp again this year as one of our keynote speakers. Kris will be exploring The Goddess on the Tree – the Divine Feminine in the Mabinogi, and The God on the Tree – the Divine Masculine in the Mabinogi. He will also be offering his legendary Tarot workshop.

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Ticket Prices Unchanged!

We are very happy to tell you that we have decided not to increase ticket prices from last year’s. The Druid Camp Association is not a for-profit organisation and is solely concerned with keeping the annual Druid Camp viable, exciting and fun. The lists of performers and speakers, workshop facilitators and site team are being compiled. At this time I’m very pleased to note we have two fantastic bands for you – Dragonsfly and Here&Now. The ticket page is live and is being tested. If you use it now you will be transported through a PayPal secure portal (I know, this site might say it is not secure because the SSL is not implemented yet, but all monetary transactions are carried out securely at PayPal) You will receive an email from PayPal “Receipt for your payment to Druid Camp” and this is your ticket. We are entirely paper free and

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The dates are out!

We’re delighted to announce the dates for Druid Camp 2019 Wednesday 7th to Sunday 11th August 2019 The venue is the same as we used (for the first time) last year; Starcus’s Rainbow Field, set with woodlands on either side near Westbury on Severn in the Forest of Dean. It’s early days, and we’ve no further information to offer right now, but we know you want to plan your year. We’re already fantastically excited and looking forward to seeing you.

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