• Sarah Kerr
  • PF President & Deputy Treasurer

Sarah is a healer, witch and is what many would call an eclectic follower of several Pagan paths. She currently brings her experience and knowledge to a handful of roles within the Pagan Federation including as President, Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Treasurer and Regional Co-ordinator for Derbyshire.

Sarah believes deeply that everyone should be able to practice their faith, whatever that is, without prejudice no matter what their path, age, race, gender, sexuality or life circumstances be.

Married with four children, she runs her own healing studio from her home in Derbyshire alongside her volunteer work.

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  • Krys Holmes
  • Vice President, District Manager for PF North East & Children and Families Manager

I’m Krys and I wear a few hats within Pagan Federation.  On a local level I’m the district Manager for the North East as well as the Families liaison and local coordinator for Wakefield. On a national level I’m vice president, council representative to the central committee and children and families manager.

I was brought up in the Christian faith but there were always elements that didn’t quite sit right with me, then at University I discovered Paganism and suddenly everything I believed fell into place.  Since then I got very involved with the local Pagan community; I run the local moot and am on the local interfaith committee representing Pagans; I also have PF stalls at local events and festivals.  My path is eclectic but I have a particular connection with Lilith.  You will often find me down the allotment or in my craft room; my day job is making metal and gemstone jewellery as well as crochet bits and bobs.  More recently I became a parent and have all the joys (and sleepless nights) associated with it; I wouldn’t change it for the world.

  • Keith Tovey
  • General Secretary & IT Manager

Keith has been on PF Committee in one role or another for a very long time. Keith is a Witch of various traditions.

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  • Andrew Trozok
  • Assistant Treasurer

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  • Rich Blackett
  • Publications Officer & Media Officer

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  • Debi Gregory
  • Community Support Officer (CSO)

Debi has several roles within the Pagan Federation. As well as being Community Support Officer she is also Deputy Social Media Manager and Chair of the 50th Anniversary Celebration Committee.

Debi Gregory comes from mining stock in the heart of Yorkshire. She, her husband and their three additional needs children live in Yorkshire and enjoy nature walks, baking, reading and bickering together.
It had always been apparent to Debi that community and family were important to a person’s well being and she sought a community in which she could support and be supported by her peers. She finally found this in the Pagan community and has since thrown herself into supporting the community through her work with the Pagan Federation and Pagan Aid. She organised the first ever online festivals, which have reached tens of thousands of people in the last three years, is running the Pagan Federation 50th anniversary calendar and runs the site Witch Path Forward, with two others, which will soon merge with Debi’s page Pondering’s of a Pagan Parent.

Debi recently made the decision to study towards becoming an Educational Psychologist after years of watching the education system fail students and despairing at the lack of overall wellbeing care in the education system, as an additional needs student then as a parent of additional needs children.

After watching her children try to conquer the National Trust’s list of 50 things to do before you’re 11 & 3/4, Debi began to write little stories that eventually became the Elemenpals, which were deliberately designed to resonate with young children, additional needs children and families, to encourage education about and connection with our natural world.
The Elemenpals features a non-verbal character that is based on a combination of Debi’s autistic daughter and her autistic nephew, both of whom struggle with consistent verbal communication. Through this character, Debi hopes to show the diverse shapes that learning can take and how people of all abilities, needs and backgrounds can find their peace in nature.

Debi tries to combine knowledge, a love of nature and family to create stories that empower, educate and entertain. She also wishes she’d asked someone else to write this bio for her!

  • Melissa Wheeler
  • District Liaison Officer (DLO)

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  • Emma Hoole
  • Advocacy Officer

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  • Helena Mobius
  • PF Prison Ministries Manager

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  • Anne Edward
  • PF Council Rep #2

I am a widow and now retired.  I have been a member of the Pagan Federation for more years than I remember.  I became the RC for Cambridgeshire about 10 years ago and moved to become the RC for Norfolk I think 3 years ago, but it might have been 4.  I become council member to the committee 2 years ago.   I am particularly interested in our relationships with other religions as I feel we have more in common than we realise .

I am a Witch, but not of the Gardenerian variety, and live in a small town surrounded by Forest.

PF Managers

  • Jo Matthews
  • Products and Admin Manager

I joined the PF over a decade ago and began my PF career as the RC for Guildford. I progressed onto becoming the DM for South Central, at the same time as Prison Ministry Manager and Products Manager.

After seven years in the job, I stepped down from my prisons work and decided to concentrate on products and administration. I also handle welcome letters and renewal letters for members and subscribers, working alongside our Membership Manager and our Treasurer. I enjoy my role as Admin Manager very much!

I’m a solitary eclectic pagan who spends most weekends exploring neolithic ancient sites, castles and ruins all over the UK.

  • Martin
  • Database Manager

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  • Lexi
  • LGBTQIA+ Manager

My name is Lex and I’m your National LGBTQIA+ Manager. I work closely with Debi and I have a fab team (though we’re looking for new volunteers!) I’m in my 30’s and live near Newcastle with two small dogs and two notably tiny cats. I’m a data analyst in my day job and I also enjoy photography, writing, some gaming and I’m tentatively trying my hand at cycling.

In addition to being trans and queer, I’m a passionate mental health advocate having been diagnosed with clinical depression at 15.

My path is Asatru Heathenism; I’m a relative newbie having only been practising a couple of years and am always looking for information and suggestions. I find myself especially drawn to Tyr and I have a suspicion that something like Loki may be hovering on the sidelines awaiting some attention.

  • Cat Treadwell
  • Interfaith Manager

Cat is a professional Pagan Priest and Author from Derbyshire. She’s been working with local interfaith groups for many years, and has been part of the Governmental discussion on legitimacy of Pagan rituals and clergy since David Cameron was Prime Minister.

  • Dan Coultas
  • Disabilities Manager

Dan is our disabilities team manager as well as disabilities liaison for the North East. He is also the Chairman of both the Defence Pagan Network and the Confederation of UK Heathen Kindreds, Gothi and Co-chair of Heathens of Yorkshire, the PaganAid Membership Officer and author of books including The Gods’ Own Country – A Heathen Prayer Book. Dan lives in West Yorkshire with his wife Sabrina, friend Robin and two Tamaskan Huskies Geri and Freki. In his spare time he enjoys writing, running and spending time outdoors.

  • Tamara
  • Cultural Cohesion Manager

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