5th to 9th August 2020
email team@druidcamp.org.uk


The Coronavirus pandemic has thrown the entire world into confusion. Here at the Druid Camp association we are paying close attention to information from the UK government and from the NHS. It is hard to predict how the virus will spread over the coming months, but you will be aware that major festivals, including Glastonbury, have been cancelled. However, our camp is not on the same scale as these festivals, and we do not have the same extended build up periods. This allows us to respond with more agility much nearer the event.

Druid Camp is scheduled to take place after the peak infection rate is currently projected to occur, but we cannot know what the Government advice will be nearer the festival. It is possible that there may be speakers, workshop facilitators and performers who will be unwell, be self-isolating or face travel restrictions.

We have not yet made a final decision on whether Druid Camp 2020 should go ahead. Despite the current confusion we are selling memberships, and the optimism this shows is really gratifying. We know how important Druid Camp is to our community.

If it turns out that we are forced to cancel we will of course refund camp memberships, and a strategy for managing this is in place. We are also considering what changes we will need to make to help keep people safe assuming Druid Camp goes ahead, such as more handwashing facilities and increased cleaning regimes. We will be reviewing the situation constantly and will update you with information as it becomes available.

Meanwhile please be assured that everyone connected with Druid Camp has your very best interests at heart. It would help us with planning if, accepting this refund reassurance, you bought early rather than later.

We will review and update this Press Release on May 1st 2020

Wisdom of the Elders.

According to Caesar the Druids of Britain spent over twenty years learning their craft; memorising verse, studying natural history and healing and presiding over rites, ceremonies and rituals.

For 21 years Druid Camp has provided a space to learn, to grow and to honour the sacred; a place for community, connection and celebration.

Over the years we have danced, debated and worshiped the divine; we have sat together on the earth remembering who we are, and visioning who we aspire to become. In keeping with Druid Camp’s coming of age the theme of this year’s camp will be the

Connecting with the teachings of the Elders of our lands, tribes and traditions; with those elders who have preceded us and those who live amongst us. Time is a teacher from whom we all learn.

We are twenty one this summer. Join with us as we celebrate life, debate the issues that face our worlds, share community with old friends and new.

In a glade between woods near the sacred River Severn, we will gather under the summer Sun. We would love you to be there with us.

Druid Camp: set in a woodland glade near the River Severn (credit: TFaulkner)

Credits: This web site is built from magic, sweat and the gifts of beautiful people.

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