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Pagan Federation Wessex
Information and updates from the Wessex region of the Pagan Federation
Information and updates from the Wessex region of the Pagan Federation

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This year's conference is being held in the town of Calne, Wiltshire on Saturday 12th April.

Talks this year are from Vivianne Crowley, +Damh the Bard, Rufus Harrington and Peter Knight. Evening entertainment from Damh the Bard and Paul Mitchell.

We have also arranged for Peter Knight to give a a guided tour around the stones at Avebury on Sunday 13th.

For further information and to purchase tickets visit the conference site.

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Fancy a go at Morris Dancing? Well if so, there is a Morris Dancing workshop being held next Saturday the 20th October at the Gloucester Folk Museum.

It is being held by the Lassington Oak Morris Men. Further details can be found at

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The Autumn 2012 edition of Standing Stone is now available for download from

Highlights of this edition include a new article by Helen, our resident herbalist, on Echinacea; also an essay on that fantastic source of autumn colour, the Rowan.

You will need to be logged into the site and have provided a valid PF Membership number as part of registration in order to access it.

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Helen Ellis has kindly given us permission to post up her articles about herbs and their uses, which had previously been published in Standing Stone.

Oops, it has been quite a while since our last update on here, two solstices have gone by in fact.

We have been busy behind the scenes on the website and have re-organised the moots so rather than just one list, each moot has its own page complete with a map of the location.

We have also added a neat feature where you can obtain driving instructions to any moot or even listed on the site.

Two new events have been posted to the site: Exmoor Lammas Camp and also preliminary details for next year's PF Wessex conference.

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The pages describing some of the sacred and historic sites within the Wessex district have now been resurrected but only the text at present, pictures will be added soon.

However we have added Google Maps functionality and also included links to Ordnance Survey maps of the locations.

If there is a sacred/historic site in Wessex you would like to see listed, let us know.

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We have now extracted the book reviews from the database backup of the old site, tidied them up a bit and made them available on the new site.

Next we will work on resurrecting the pages describing some of the many historic and spiritual sites in Wessex .

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We have finished migrating the website to a new content management system. All the original content is there and we are now starting to add new content.

Come along and have a look.
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