Celebrating Litha – Summer Solstice

A roaring bonfire with flames high into the air and burning late into the night and early morning is a great way to celebrate the Goddess and the Oak King – the Green Man. We light ritual and symbolic fires, acknowledging that this is the longest day in the turn of the Wheel, and to feel the warmth of the flames that will warm us in the coming months.

Samhain Celebrations and Traditions

The Wheel of the Year Stops again … Samhain Celebrations and Traditions Samhain falls on 31st October every year and marks one of the four cross spokes on the Wheel of the Year.  It is not one of the four major Pagan Sabbats, however it sits part way between the Mabon, the Autumn Equinox, and …

Mabon: 22nd September 2020

Mabon is the autumnal equinox and marks the official start of the season of Autumn. As with Ostara, the vernal equinox in March, Mabon is one of two points in the year when the hours of light and dark are equal; the day and night are perfectly balanced at Mabon and allows us time to pause and recognise that same balance within ourselves.

Lammas 2020 …

… is celebrated on 1st August every year. Lammas is an ancient Gaelic festival, with festivities on this day stretching as far back as the first Anglo Saxon settlements in the 6th Century AD, and is known as Lunghnasadh in the Gaelic tongue. Literally translated it means Lugh’s Gathering and Loaf Mass and is the …