Our friends at the Wildlife Trusts, who are regular contributors to Pagan Dawn, have put out a news release about the opportunities in the Agriculture Bill being debated in Parliament today.
Officers from the Pagan Federation have written to The Sun and made a complaint to IPSO. We will make any response available to the community as soon as one is received.
The Pagan Federation is aware of the piece in today’s Sun newspaper about Beltane celebrations.
The piece perpetuates false and negative stereotypes which could lead to the inciting of religiously motivated discrimination against Pagans and their practices.
As we close the door on 2019 to open the door on 2020, we wanted to take a little time to reflect on the events that have happened and the potential effects of those events for the future. You will undoubtedly have noticed that there have been a lot of changes within the PF over … Read more New Year message from Vice-Presidents Krys and Sarah
After Mike Stygal stepped down last month for personal reasons, Debi Gregory has taken over as Community Support Officer leading the Community Support team, and Sarah Kerr, our Treasurer and Children and Families Manager, joined Krys Holmes, North East District Manager, as our second Vice-President. Community support team: https://www.paganfed.org/community-support/ Community support website: https://www.pfcommunity.org.uk/ We would … Read more Debi Gregory becomes CSO and Sarah Kerr becomes our second Vice-President
(to follow when the accounts have been prepared)
The Charter for Trees, Woods and People will be launched at Lincoln Castle on November 6 2017.
Rebecca Beattie is the author of Nature Mystics: The Literary Gateway to Modern Paganism, and three other books of Pagan inspired fiction. A regular contributor to Pagan Dawn and a blogger at Moon Books, she is a PhD candidate at Middlesex University, and a practicing Pagan. Rebecca’s website: rebeccabeattie.me.uk Nature Mystics: rebeccabeattie.me.uk/nature-mystics.html Twentieth Century Woodland … Read more Contributors: Rebecca Beattie