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
***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
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
September 2018 saw what is potentially the biggest game changer in Religious Education in a generation, with the publication of the Final Report by the Commission for Religious Education (CoRE). As well as making sweeping and significant recommendations for change, it also opens the door to the inclusion of Pagan religions in the school curriculum. … Read more
New PF President Sarah Kerr is interviewed by Rich Blackett our Publications & Media Officer for the first of an intended sequence of podcasts from the Pagan Federation. Available from – Anchor, Apple podcasts, Spotify, PocketCasts, RadioPublic, Overcast Announcement on our Facebook page
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.
The Charter for Trees, Woods and People will be launched at Lincoln Castle on November 6 2017.