Evening Music with Damh the Bard

Damh the Bard – is a modern-day Bard whose spirituality and love of folk tradition is expressed through his music, storytelling and poetry. Drawing on the Bardic tradition, his performances are both entertaining and educational, speaking directly to the heart, and never without a good splash of humour. With nine outstanding albums, and singing and speaking … More Evening Music with Damh the Bard

Guided Sunday visit to St Petrock’s Well

Simon Carroll is offering this free visit and talk on Sunday 8th March for people attending the conference. Please note this is an independent event and not part of the official conference programme but a lovely opportunity. Make arrangements direct with Simon if you would like to go. St Petrock’s Well, in the Devon village … More Guided Sunday visit to St Petrock’s Well

‘Pathworking’ Pete Jennings

The highly original and pioneering book ‘Pathworking’ was published more than a quarter of a century ago. A new and complete colour illustrated guide to pathworking and creative visualisation has now been revised and updated those ideas for today. Pete Jennings has over 15 books published on Paganism, Folklore, Ghosts, Anglo Saxons, fiction, Meditation, Vikings … More ‘Pathworking’ Pete Jennings

‘The Spirit of the Hare’ Karen Cater

‘The Spirit of the Hare’ An hour of folklore, mythology and songs about the mystical Hare and the superstitions, legends and stories that have evolved over centuries about this fascinating and magical creature. Karen and Colin Cater are ‘Hedingham Fair’ and folk music performers and singers. Karen’s book ‘Spirit of the Hare’ has become a … More ‘The Spirit of the Hare’ Karen Cater