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

Donation to Extinction Rebellion

At Druid Camp 2019 there was a collection which produced £133.90. It was decided this money should go to Extinction Rebellion in recognition of the theme of this year’s camp. As it turned out, the Climate Emergency Fund was offering matched giving. On Monday 26th August, on behalf of Drud Camp, bish paid in £140 to the XR fund-raiser, which was matched to £280. Every little helps, and if you’re moved to join the Rebellion yourself, who are we to judge? 😉

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Susan Marie Paramor

“drum and voice workshop” The Magick of Songs of the land. Susan Marie Paramor will explore through song drum, rattle, tambourine, the legends and myths of the land. Open to all ages. The band Car Dia will be playing on Friday evening before DragonsFly. Duelling Dragons. Written by Sean Rice“Tales of Magic and Mystery” A presentation by Sean Mychal Rice and Susan Marie Paramor. Dramatised readings poetic interpretations of Ancient tales from Albion.

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Car Dia

Car Dia writes about Standing stones Gods and Goddesses ancient trees she brings with her band a magical mixture of woven stories in song. The audience are encouraged to sing and bring their drums to the performance, which will be on Friday evening before Dragonsfly. Before performances a drum and voice workshop brings the participants together with rattle drum and voice. Susan Marie Paramor Car Dia Plus, Susan Marie and the band fiddle player will be giving a workshop performance reading of Duelling Dragons tales of Magic & Ancient tales of Albion on the Friday.

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Yoga with Victoria

Victoria Nauen will be offering yoga sessions each morning, Wednesday through Saturday at 08:00

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Sea Essences

Julie Bowman will be at Druid camp this year with her Sea Essences, and will be running a workshop (or two) about essences with a focus on how they can help stop life’s crises from affecting us so fundamentally. Come along to the workshops and gain a deeper insight. These exploratory, experiential workshops will be focussing on vibrational essences that have been created in a number of ways. We will also be looking at the history of essences. These workshops will help you to gain a deeper understanding of, andhelp with connecting to your own self and relinquishing stuff that is carried from other histories

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Walking with the Ancestors

  Rafe Nauen will be here again this year with the constellation workshops that enlighten us about the role of our ancestors in our daily lives. This year Crisis is the theme, and this will be reflected in the workshops. We will look at how trauma from the past histories finds a place and more importantly, how we can manage to relinquish that burden, and become freer than before. Come along to these deep, safe and inspirational workshops and gain a better insight into the baggage that we all carry from our past and especially that contribute to the crises in our lives.

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Gordon Maclellan

GORDON MACLELLAN, Creeping Toad Gordon has been a lively and often disturbing member of the pagan community for more years than most people care to remember. One of the founder members of Paganlink and Hoblink, the first LGBTQ pagan network, he is an animist shaman who works to celebrate the relationships between people, places and wildlife With a background in zoology, education and activism, now he is a full-time artist and storyteller, working with groups, schools and the general public all over the country In his session at Druid Camp, Gordon will talk about his work on the interface between animistic consciousness and the wider public, on exploring a sense of place and belonging and invite us all to consider what it is that we as people who work with nature-based faiths can bring to the current debates and actions around our changing relationship with the world around us For

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Kristoffer Hughes

Laudanum, Lunacy & The Druid Who Burnt Jesus. In times of deep crisis our Druid forefathers stood up against adversity, oppression and refused to toe the line of conformity and political agendas. The ripples of their actions can be felt today, in this, our time of crisis. But, every generation faces its own unique set of challenges and crisis. Druidry is a tradition that inspires the future, and one that honours the past; so what can we learn from our radical Druid ancestors? Embark on a journey through Laudanum, lunacy, radicalism, activism and immolation, as we journey to meet, greet and learn from Druidry’s most colourful ancestors.Additional  Tarot Masterclass. Learn to read the Tarot in 90 minutes. Join the designer, creator and author of the Celtic Tarot, Kristoffer Hughes, on a rapid journey into the dizzying world of Tarot. Learn to read the Tarot, effectively, in just an hour and

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Talis Kimberley

Talis is a songwriter with a passion for words. Her songs tell tales of history and literature, knitting and baking, where we have been, and where we are going. Her diverse, quirky, compelling and occasionally downright silly songs chart Talis’s engagement with climate change and resource depletion, telling stories from both the global stage and the kitchen garden. In recent years Talis has been moved to write songs about the land, sheep and farming (her family own some sheep in a no-kill flock), handling death, and interfaith issues (she spent this Midsummer singing in the church at Avebury – at the vicar’s invitation). Currently her music is an offering of kindness and peace in a world made cruel and uncertain. Her patchwork pagan faith with a druidish core informs all she writes. She’s working on a follow-up to her mini-albums ‘Cloth of Gold – Songs of Sheep and Farming’ and

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Brewing with the Wheel of the Year

BREWING WITH THE WHEEL OF THE YEAR In the same way that cookery can, and has been, likened to spell-craft, we may want to consider the way that the making of different alcoholic brews at different times of the year can become part of our druidry.   There is something inherently magical in the feeling that you get when you share a goblet of mead or other brew, that has been made with care and intent, with others as part of a ritual.   This session will explore the different ingredients available at different times of the year and the significances that they carry.  There may be some tasting involved…

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