On the subject of litter…..

I was chatting to someone in the PF a few days ago.  They suggested once lockdown is over, we arrange a few litter picks perhaps in local beauty spots or beaches.  This made me think, most of us are taking a daily walk for exercise, some with pets some without.  If everyone picked up just … Read more

Census 2021

***Edit***Since we wrote this post, new information has come to light that tells us that we may be able to add our particular path within a certain list that is recognised by the Census office. We will update with a new blog as soon as we have that information clarified and confirmed. Watch this space! … Read more

A new sub-committee to work on communications

Almost two years ago, the central committee set up a sub-committee to explore our internal communications and how they could be improved. We learned a lot from the results of that work, one of the things being that we also needed to look at how we communicated outside of the PF world with our members … Read more

Veganuary

January is traditionally a month for people to try Veganism.  There is lots and lots of information about it.  If you do decide to give it a go, you might even ask people to sponsor you and give the money to a charity of your choice.  Some people never eat meat again and adopt a … Read more

A Yule ramble on a Environmental note

As Yule is nearly upon us and we most of us still celebrate Christmas in a traditional way.  My children always loved the idea they got some of their presents 4 days before anyone else, from old father yule, however others in the family gave them on Christmas day.  Here are a few tips for … Read more

Letter to the editor of Wales Online

***UPDATE*** Hello everyone, Today, I have received a response to my letter (below) requesting an apology and a change in headline from Paul Rowland, editor of Wales Online. I am very pleased to be able to tell you that he has apologised and the headline of the article has been changed appropriately – “I apologise … Read more

Thoughts from our Environmental Officer….

I have been recently been appointed as the environmental officer. Which for me makes very exciting times ahead. I sincerely hope that we all think about our green credentials and we think about our how we can be greener. If we all make just one small change think about how much  collectively the difference it … Read more

Introducing our new Environmental Policy Officer, Anne Edward…..

My name is Anne Edward, I am very old, retired and a widow.  I started my Pagan Federation ‘career’ probably 10 years ago now. I began by being the regional coordinator for Cambridge, I moved and my coordinators role changed to Norfolk.  I was elected to the committee 2 years ago as council representative.  I … Read more

Pagan Weddings? Maybe?

The long awaited consultation paper from The Law Commission on weddings laws has been released today. Here we take a look at what their proposals are, what that means in practise for our community and how we can have our say in the final paper that will be presented to the government. Today, The Law … Read more

Caretaking our Sacred Spaces

A few weeks ago, I was sad to be told about an occurrence at the Shrine on Cocidius at Yardhope in Northumberland, in which someone had buried an offering, presumed to be Pagan, before the effigy of the god. I am by nature an optimist who likes to think that there is good in most … Read more