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Current skills needed:

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  • Local Gathering Organisers
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Children of Artemis – About Us

About Us - Children of Artemis Witchcraft and Wicca

The Objectives of The Children of Artemis

Children of Artemis is a UK Wicca & Witchcraft volunteer based non-profit organisation. We sponsor Witchfest to organise events throughout the year such as Artemis Gathering and Witchfest International. We also produce a magazine twice a year called Witchcraft&Wicca. These are our aims:

  • To promote an ethical approach to Wicca, in accordance with the wiccan rede “An it harm none, do what you will”
  • To present a truthful and accurate view of Wicca/Witchcraft to the outside world.
  • To promote understanding of the beliefs of Wicca & Witchcraft, which are:

  • We attempt to live by the Wiccan rede, not harming anyone or anything by our actions (or lack of them).
  • We take personal responsibility for our actions.
  • We always attempt to respect and live in harmony with nature.
  • We view divinity as both male and female, in the form of the Goddess and God. We extend this view of equality to our everyday lives.
  • We view magic as an intrinsic part of this world, a completely natural and neutral force.
  • We never seek to convert others, only providing information and assistance if they actively seek it.
  • We view Wicca or Witchcraft as one spiritual path chosen by some, other religions are equally valid for those that choose them. Hence we always attempt to practice tolerance to others beliefs.

Benefits of Membership of the Children of Artemis

  • A copy of the Children of Artemis Wicca/Witchcraft information pack.
  • Members will receive our Witchcraft & Wicca magazine giving information on Wicca/Witchcraft, forthcoming events and news on relevant subjects twice a year (issued at Beltane and Samhain).
  • Members will receive our Witchcraft Times newsletter giving information on Wicca/Witchcraft, forthcoming events and news on relevant subjects around once a month in email format.
  • Access to our information service, answering your questions on Witchcraft and Wicca in the UK. We regret that due to limited resources we have to limit this service to four letters a year.
  • Discount prices on occasional Children of Artemis events and workshops
  • All personal details you provide will be kept strictly confidential, unless you specifically authorise their release

By joining CoA you will be supporting our events, our magazine and our online communities, and all the projects we get involved in to better our community. We have helped film crews to create documentaries that shows Wicca and Witchcraft in the proper light, we have sponsored events all over the country and abroad. There is still plenty to achieve and a lot more work to do, and we hope that you can help us carry on. For more details on different types of membership just click here.

If you wish to make a donation to the organisation you can do so by clicking the Donate button.

Book and Music Reviews

Top 100 Most Popular Wiccan Books and DVDs

We always get so many books and CDs to be reviewed that we never have enough space in the magazine to review them all, so we will start posting the reviews here. We hope that you find it informative and helpful.

    Wild Women by Moira Hodgkinson

    Publisher:  CoA Publishing

    Pagan fiction is a niche that has yet to become mainstream in any real way. Harry Potter, and many fantasy books that are very close to pagan concepts, but they are explicitly not real. What of fiction that is based in the real pagan community of today? We all know there is plenty of scope, dramas, feuds, inspirational stories, but no-one has attempted to capture that reality until now.

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    Book of Spells Coloring Book of Shadows by Amy Cesari

    This is the first pagan coloring book I have ever reviewed, I expected the usual patterns and images to colour in, I didn’t expect the information that is included. The book includes resources for the beginner, illustrated and easy to understand. These range from the usual correspondences for Moon Phases, Colours, Planets, the Zodiac and more. Many of the illustrations have meanings embedded within them,

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    Magical Tales - To Delight & Inspire by Diane Narraway

    Publisher Dark Moon Press

    Children will love this book of short stories, poems and activities on folklore, fairies and myths. This book is an easy way to teach children some of the concepts within paganism in the entertaining form of stories. While this book is ideal for any pagan child, especially those who are beginning to ask questions, that is not it’s only audience. In this multi-cultural world children from any background would enjoy the stories,

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    Y Mabinogi by Damh the Bard

    “The First Branch” is possibly the first part of the most important retelling of the Mabinogi since it was translated into English. While it is true to the original, it is completely spellbinding to listen to. Those fortunate enough to have heard Damh speak will know he is an great story teller, and this is superbly presented. I would recommend you to listen to both CDs in a single sitting, not much of a hardship when they are as addictive as this.

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    Dancer In The Wind by Perkelt

    Perkelt are Pagan Speed Folk, this album demonstrates exactly what that is. They can do slow and atmospheric, as in start of Black Wedding, but their energy and passion is clear even here as it progresses. This captures the breath-taking pace of their live performances. Even the traditional folk song Greensleeves takes on a new life with the Perkelt treatment, you will have never heard a rendition with so much life,

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    Every Day Magic A Pagan Book of Days Edited By Lucya Starza

    Publisher Moon Books

    Pagan calendars are beautiful and full of useful knowledge, but after a year they are obsolete. Every Day Magic is an ideal replacement, an eternal book of inspiration for every day of the year. There is a summary for each month giving moon names, astrological information, practical advice and associations. The daily entries contain a wide variety of content including spells, rituals, ancient pagan festival days, meditations,

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    The Mountain & The Stream Rural Animism and Pagan Practices by Paul Pearson & Tallis Harrill

    Publisher Windgather Publishing

    This is a unique book, it is not just another Wiccan or Druid book, it is written directly from the authors personal experiences and their resulting research. It is unusually readable for a book that is written in a quite academic way. It is also refreshing to find authors that freely admit the ideas in the book are just theories, as proof in this area is hard to find.

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    Nuada by The Dolmen

    This album opens with a majestic first track in “Lost Realms”, it starts as if it is going to be a ballad Taloch’s vocals carrying the song, then half way through it takes off with guitar and drums into a Dolmen anthem. “The Gaffa” is is a Celtic-Folk track acoustic throughout with a good bass drum beat, again the song soars into a acoustic stormer. The third track “Devil’s a Cheapster” reminds me of early Bowie rock, perfect.

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    Witches Wisdom Oracle Cards by Barbara Meiklejohn-Free & Flavia Kate Peters

    Publisher: Solarus Publishing

    The incredible artwork on these cards is the first thing that attracts people to them. Each card is a work of art in it’s own right, any one of them would look good framed on a wall. Then the subject comes into play, it is rare that cards are so Witchcraft/Pagan themed, there are a handful of Tarot decks, but Oracles tend to avoid the subject. The message behind each card is clear, I have many favourites, naturally all the sabbats are there,

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    Barrow Wake by Inkubus Sukkubus

    Barrow Wake is very much written around a Witchcraft theme, with the note on the cover “Tales of Witchcraft and Wonder” making that very clear. The music as always is very good, this album showcasing Candia’s vocal ability extremely well. The music varies quite dramatically between the tracks from the classic Inkubus guitar driven rock sound of “Lily Bolane” to the much more thoughtful “Lost to the Sea”.

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    Candle Magic by Lucya Starza

    Publisher: Moon Books

    Because of its association with fire, and the fascination many of us have for the flickering candle flame, candle magic is probably the most popular form of magic used by Witches and Pagans today. Candle magic is almost always one of the first magical skills learned by a new Witch, and is often overlooked later for this reason. A skill half learned is never a good thing which is where this book comes into it’s own.

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    An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Magic and Witchcraft by Tylluan Penry

    Publisher Wolfenhowle Press

    For those who are drawn to Anglo-Saxon heathenry and want to know more about their magical heritage, this booklet is an excellent place to start.This booklet priced at only £2.50 plus 63p postage may only have 40 pages but it is packed with good information with absolutely no unnecessary padding. It gives you a good background on what sources of information are left for a period when almost nothing was written down,

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    Divination of the Ancients Oracle Cards by Barbara Meiklejohn-Free and Flavia Kate Peters

    Publisher: Blue Angel Publishing

    These cards and their accompanying book have been produced to the highest standard I have seen, with a quality feel as soon as you open the box. These are not just another oracle, these cards really tell the story of divination through the ages to the present day. A unique mix of information and divination tool that really works as the subject you are learning the history of is divination itself.

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    The Grammar of Witchcraft by David Parry

    Publisher: Hereford Press
    Reviewer: Tam Campbell

    This small book of poetry and prose insights is a juxtaposed interaction with a rather individual imagined character, Caliban and a form of reality as perceived through the lens of a romantic form of ancient magic.
    The prose, in a style which, to my eyes, comes over with a hint of personal intimacy reflected in the poetic muse This, in itself, has in its essence, an indirect link with the spirit of Paganism,

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    Mother Moon by Inkubus Sukkubus

    Mother Moon is their 19th album I have been a fan of their music for years and still look forward to new releases to see what new directions they are exploring. This album starts with the title track in typical Inkubus goth rock style, lots of guitar and a great bass line with Candia’a vocals setting the mood of the whole track. It would have been simple for them to continue that theme for the entire album, but they didn’t.

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    Magical World of the Anglo-Saxons by Tylluan Penry

    Publisher: Wolfenhowle Press

    The Anglo-Saxon and Norse periods of British history has always fascinated me since my introduction at junior school, I was disappointed that earlier periods were never covered later in school. The problems facing any scholar of Anglo Saxon history in this country are the lack of archeology, with the exception of a small number of spectacular finds, and the only people who could read and write during that period were Christian priests.

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    Mrs Darley’s Practical Pagan Magick by Carole Carlton

    Publisher: Wolfenhowle Press

    I have never read a Mrs Darley’s book before although I’ve heard good reports from people that have. So I had high expectations for this book before I even started. It is a hard book to classify, partly a story, and partly a practical reference, although that sounds an unlikely mixture I am glad to report that it works really well. The country cottage environment gives the book a suitably old witchy feel, and the information it gives is excellent too.

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    Doreen Valiente Witch by Philip Heselton

    Publisher Centre:  for Pagan Studies

    Philip Hesleton has continued his series of books on major historical figures in paganism with this excellent biography on Doreen Valiente. The book covers her entire life and concludes with the impact of her legacy. I am fortunate enough to have met Doreen myself on two occasions, and talked to her several times on the phone, and I can confirm the impression of her given in the book is accurate.

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    Knot Magic by Tylluan Penry

    Publishers: Wolfenhowle Press

    Knot MagicThis is by far the most complete book on knot magic I have seen, and includes absolutely everything you could need to know. This ancient form of magic is not used as often as other more visual alternatives such as candle magic, but it is every bit as versatile and powerful as you will find out in this book.

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    Journey to the Dark Goddess by Jane Meredith

    Dark Goddess

    Publisher: Moon Books

    Jane Meredith is an experienced ritualist, and expert in mythology, so I expected great things from this book, I am pleased to report I was not disappointed.

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    Sabbat by Damh the Bard

    Sabbat-DamhtheBardDamh the Bard is one of the top Pagan musicians in Europe, and this CD proves that beyond doubt. From the start you know this is something special, the vocals, lyrics, and music are perfect, but this time there is even more.

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    Way of the Faery Shaman by Flavia Kate Peters

    Way of the Faery Shaman

    Publishers: Moon Books

    Many people today think of fairies as the tiny sparkling creatures created during Victorian times and popularised in the 20th century by Disney and others. Flavia Kate Peters shows us their true and sometimes darker origins in ancient myth as magical elemental creatures of the Earth.

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    Divination by Kevin Groves


    Publishers: Wolfenhowle Press

    One of the most common occult techniques used is divination, and it comes in an amazing variety of forms. The difficulty many have when starting to learn to divine is how to start, what of the many systems on offer to use, and how to interpret the results you get.

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    Sacred Sites Oracle Cards By Barbara Meiklejohn-Free

    Sacred Sites Oracle Cards

    Publishers: Watkins

    The Sacred Sires Oracle cards are truly beautifully illustrated by the spiritual artist Yuri Leitch, with each card showing a different sacred site from around the world.

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    Pendle Witches and their Magic by Joyce Froome

     Pendle2Publishers: Palatine Books

    The story of the Pendle Witch trails is justifiably famous. While the names of many of the accused are instantly familiar, the actual details of their involvement and the crimes they were accused of are frequently not.

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    Witchcraft out of the Shadows by Leo Ruickbie


    Publishers: Hale Books

    This is an unusually detailed history of Witchcraft, spanning the period from the Ancient Greece to the present day. The book starts with the history of magic and Witchcraft in ancient Greece, where the author claims all European Witchcraft stems from.

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    The Global Wicca Revolution by Swati Prakash

    Global Wicca Revolution

    Global Wicca is a new tradition founded by Swati Prakash. Global Wicca has a specific focus of using magick and Witchcraft to help heal our world. 

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    Myths and Legends by Spriggan Mist


    Spriggan Mist have grown into one of the premier Pagan bands in the UK, I can honestly say that every performance and every CD has been better than the one before. This constant improvement means that this new CD should be amazing.

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    All Acts of Love and Pleasure: Inclusive Wicca by Yvonne Aburrow

    Inclusive Wicca

    Publishers: Avalonia

    Yvonne Aburrow’s book is aimed at coven Wiccans, but it will also appeal to other readers, especially those interested in gender or sexuality issues. It includes discussions on Wiccan theology, ideal for established Wiccans who want to move on to the next step.

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Spell of the Day

Spell of the Day
Spell of the Day

Broken Bones Healing Spell

Try writing this on a paper and folding it as an envelope to contain a mixture of herbs and oils. Burn this in a fire so that the cleansing action releases the spell. Burn an appropriate incense. If this is not possible or you are asthmatic use an oil burner with appropriate oils, and visualising the person well chant:

Herbs of healing on you I call,
Heal the bones of XXX from their fall,
Grant release from pain, and ease the soul,
Seal this spell and make them whole.

Why do we use Visualisation in our spells?

Visualisation is the ability to see in your mind pictures and images. It is vital for spell working that you have a clear vision of your desired result.

Why cast a circle?

When you are attempting any ritual it is important that you cast a circle. This is to create sacred space, which will give you protection from unwanted outside influences, and keep the power that you raise within it for you to use.

Make sure that you will not be disturbed.

Take the phone of the hook, and if possible turn the door bell off. Allow yourself plenty of time where you will not be disturbed, interruptions will ruin your concentration.

What is a Spell & how do they work

A spell is a ritual performed to achieve a desired goal. It works by the art of transforming, and influencing an undesired situation and changing it in your favour. It is accomplished by the use of willpower, visualisation and raised energy. Combine those with the forces of nature, the elements, the phases of the moon, and the Goddess and God. If you believe in yourself and have a positive outlook on life, you can perform a spell. Magic should be used for the good of all, always make sure in your mind that you are doing them for the right reasons.

Is there any payback?

The law of three fold return means very simply that what you do will come back to you three fold, whether for good or ill. This simple truth means that you should never perform any spell to harm or control as it will ultimately not only harm your intended victim but also yourself. In Wicca we have to accept responsibility for what we do. Magic and Spells do work and they always take the easiest and quickest route. Always make sure that you have tried your best on the material plane to resolve the situation before you even consider performing a spell.

When should you perform your spells?

Depending on your spell, you should aim to work them with the cycles of the moon to receive the most effective results. The three aspects of the moon are the Waxing (or New), Full and Waning.

  • The New Moon
    The Moon is waxing and growing. This should be a time to plan spells that introduce new beginnings and projects. A new career, house move, job, relationship, any new venture in life.
  • Full Moon
    This is a time when the Moon is at its most powerful, and the magic most potent. Performing any positive spell at this time will achieve good results. This is the ideal time for healing, guidance, and completion spells
  • Waning Moon
    The casting out of the old ways, banishing old habits, smoking, eating habits, the removal of troubles and worries.


Always take a bath or shower before any ritual. It will help you to unwind, remove unwanted stresses and worries, and allow purification of the body and mind. It should leave you feeling focused and refreshed for a circle.

Learn from Experts at Witchfest

There will be several workshops at each of the Witchfest events focusing on how to develop and successfully cast your own spells. Some of the biggest names in the Craft will be there to guide you, on techniques, ethics and spell formulation.. Click Here for more details on Witchfest.


Events Organised and Sponsored by Children of Artemis

Artemis Witches Market – Frome – 29th February 2020

Join us for a Fundraising event for Children of Artemis!
Free Entry Esoteric Market at the popular Somerset venue The Cheese & Grain!
Doors will open at 9am and close at 3pm.

More Info…

Wild Witchcraft Conference – 7th March 2020

Join us for Lyceum Witchcraft’s 2nd Wild Witchcraft conference at Merchistoun Hall, a beautiful Grade II listed building located in four acres of beautiful wooded grounds in Horndean Village, Hampshire. (UK)

During the day, there will be ample opportunity to socialise with like-minded people and enjoy the grounds (subject to weather). Please bring a packed lunch with you.

2020’s conference has a wide selection of speakers, with many years of experience and a passion for Witchcraft.

More info…

Wicca Introduced 2020 – London

The Children of Artemis will be holding a weekend introductory Wiccan course at Treadwells Bookshop in London running from 10.30am until 6.30pm each day on the 28th and 29th of March.

With an option to socialise with new friends at a pub afterwards, the course will include a complete overview of this enthralling subject, expertly taught by experienced tutors from CoA Central.

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Witchfest Midlands 2020

Witchfest Midlands returns to Staffordshire University in 2020 on the 23rd of May, bigger than ever. Filled with Talks and Workshops during the day, a bigger Esoteric Market than the year before and two amazing live bands to end the day the best way possible!

This event has sold out two years in a row, so do not delay and get your tickets booked asap!

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The Artemis Gathering 2020 – Coming Soon!

In honour of our patron goddess, the Children of Artemis are holding a wonderful outdoor event in a friendly family atmosphere camped in 70 beautiful acres of the Staffordshire countryside from Friday the 28th until Monday the 31st of August.

The event has catering & bar facilities for vegetarians, & omnivores. Talks and workshops will be held in buildings and marquees on site, or in the open depending on the weather. Dogs are welcome, you need to pre-book at £3 per dog. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times and all mess must cleaned.
Please allow plenty of time for the journey as we are anticipating heavy traffic on some main routes to the site at this time of year.
Please remember to bring your own tent and camping equipment.
(The event opens Friday 4pm, and closes Monday 2pm)

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Witchfest International 2020 (Coming Soon)

The largest Witchcraft festival held in the World within recorded history, is to be held on the 9th Nov 2019.

There are more talks and workshops than ever before given by the most famous Witchcraft/Wiccan authors and experts in the world. An amazing traders market will be waiting for you selling all kinds of different bits for your witchy needs. Some great entertainment, bands and late night rock disco also available for a full on experience.

More Info…

Witchfest Official Merchandise

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Witchfest Merchandise – T-Shirts, Hoodies, Sweat Shirts, Mugs, and Phone Cases

Quality items produced in the USA with original designs from Witchfest the festival organised by Children of Artemis every year in London.


Important: Select Style Dropdown to view all types of Shirts & Hoodies, Mugs and Phone Cases available.
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What is Wicca

What is Wicca
What is Wicca

There is a lot of confusion between the terms Wicca and Witchcraft, many people, including famous authors, use them interchangeably, so is there a difference, if so what is it?

Classical Definition of Witchcraft

Is the practice of natural magic, and does not have to have any religious component. Natural magic is the simple magic connected with the world around us as opposed to the complex ritual or high magic practised by magicians. Both can be equally effective although natural magic is more commonly is used to solve everyday problems, whereas high magic often has more otherworldly goals. Someone of any religion can also be a Witch, however many faiths such as Christianity and Islam specifically ban the use of magic of any form, especially Witchcraft.

Classical Definition of Wicca

Is a religion with definable beliefs, which always includes the practice of Witchcraft. It is unique as a living western religion that explicitly embraces the female principal.

Wiccans believe in and worship a god and goddess,

the deities can vary according to the tradition, and group. This principle is extended to the everyday world, Wiccans believe duality, and equally value both males and females.

Wicca is connected to nature and the cycle of the seasons.

The 8 sabbats are essentially seasonal celebrations and allow Wiccans to have a real relationship with the Earth.

Magic is an essential part of Wicca, making every Wiccan a Witch.

Confusion with the meaning of “Wicca” from the USA

American author Scott Cunningham used the term Wicca, that was previously only applied to initiated coven Wiccans for his book for solitaries. His book was the best selling Witchcraft book of all time and its influence was massive, first in the US, then later in Europe too. It is likely there are now more solitary Wiccans than traditional coven based Wiccans. The arguments about who is a Wiccan still rage today with strong opinions on both sides. To reverse this trend is equivalent to King Canute attempting to turn the tide.

A Witch may be a Wiccan

Wicca is a both a magical system and a religion that includes Witchcraft in it’s core principles, however a Witch does not necessarily have Wiccan religious views. So a Wiccan is always a Witch, but a Witch is not always a Wiccan.

Unique amongst western religions

With its inclusion of female spirituality, magic, and affinity with nature, Wicca is unique among western religions. It truly is old ideas for the new world as its principles answer so many important modern issues

 Magic is an inseparable part of Wicca

Unlike other western religions Wicca always includes the practice of magic in the form of spells. The caster carries the entire responsibility for the results of a spell they cast, so while similar in concept to a prayer a spell is a far more personal force. See Wiccan Rede for restrictions on use of spells.

The Rede an essential limit on the use of spells

An it harm none, do what ye will . Is a deceptively simple positive morality, easy to understand, but hard to live up to. In a simple phrase it gives a moral blueprint for all of life’s decisions

Wicca balances reverence of both male and female

Wicca includes both a Goddess and a God, and gives equal status to females and males. This is both an important principle of Wicca, and one of its strongest attractions.

Local Gatherings

Local Gatherings

Children of Artemis (CoA), helps their members setup local gatherings in a Pub, Bar or Cafe to discuss Wicca, Witchcraft, Paganism, socialise, and generally have a good time. These are friendly get together’s so if you are close enough to one of the Gatherings, then please consider attending for an enjoyable evening.

The first gathering was established in Croydon, South London. Other Gatherings are being established constantly, and will be added to this page as details become available. Please email Us, or phone 0203 303 3290 if you would like to organise a gathering in your area.

The Witches Of London CoA Gathering

This Friendly social evening is open to all Pagan Paths as well as those who wish to seek a coven plus those covens that wish to recruit will be welcome. Meeting on the third Tuesday of each month  at the Front bar of the Cittie of Yorke at  22 High Holborn, London. WC1V 6BS Starting for 7.30 onwards. For more  email us at coacentral@witchcraft.org or like our Official Facebook Page.

West Wiltshire Gathering

Local Gathering in West Wiltshire. We will meet on the first Tuesday of every month at the Swan Hotel, 1 Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon, BA15 1LN at around 7PM
Everyone is welcome to come along we have the little room at the from of the pub reserved for us so feel free to join us.

For more details you can like the Official Facebook page or email coacentral@witchcraft.org

Rochester Gathering – So Moot it Bee

The Moot is held on the last Tuesday of the month at the Good Intent Pub 3 John Street, Rochester, ME1 1YL

The moot will gather at 7.30 for an 8.00 start so there will be plenty of time to mix and meet, talk and greet with your friends.

Blessed Be. For details of the talk and dates you can check their Facebook Page or check the Official Web Site

Threefold Pagans Okehampton Gathering

We meet at The Highwaymans Inn, Sourton, Devon. EX20 8HN every 3rd thursday evening of the month at 7.30.

All paths welcome to a interesting and varied, relaxed and informal meeting.

For more information you can email Leslea on lesleadines@yahoo.com or the Official Facebook Page

Hertford Gathering

Pub Moot held on the last Wednesday of the month at 8pm.

Find us in the upstairs room of The White Horse pub, 33 Castle street, Hertford, SG14 1HH.

Food served and a good selection of drinks.

10-15min walk from Hertford East and North station. Main bus station is also close by.

We are a friendly bunch that welcome newcomers and don’t expect you to have any particular experience or knowledge.
All we ask is that you are a Pagan or interested in learning more about Paganism and are tolerant of others beliefs.
For more information contact Kate at HertfordMoot@gmail.com

The Bishops Stortford Gathering

Held at the Castle public house , Castle Street, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire on the 3rd Monday of every month from 8pm.

Please come along and join in. We have a different fascinating subject every month, previous ones including, past lives, familiars, crystals, local ghost stories and legends.

For more info you can use the Official Facebook Page

CoA Southampton Witches

Performing Full Moon and Seasonal celebrations at Matley Wood in the New Forest. Keep an eye on their Facebook Group or Facebook Page  for exact dates and meeting times/spot.

CoA Rugby Gathering

Friendly and welcoming pagan Gathering meeting every 2nd Wednesday of the Month from 7PM at the Seven Stars Pub, 40 Albert Square, Rugby CV21 2SH. For more information you can check the official Facebook Page or join the Facebook Group

CoA Divine Moon Moot

Meeting on a Saturday from 12 noon at the family room at The Towers Walsall Rd, Great Barr B42 1EY, dates and location can vary dependent on the activity we have arranged for the meeting, so please do check our Facebook Page or email us at omian65@hotmail.com for the exact date and more details.

Stoke Central CoA Moot

Meeting on the second Wednesday of the month, starting at 6:00pm  at the upstairs room at The White Star in Stoke. Everyone is welcome to join us!!! For more information you can like our Facebook Page or join our Facebook Group .

Worthing Pagan Moot

Friendly and welcoming meeting on every second Wednesday of the month, 8pm at The Downview Pub, Worthing. Join their  Facebook Group to keep up to dates with all the news.

Central Lincoln CoA Gathering

Friendly and welcoming pagan Gathering meeting every 1st Tuesday of the Month from 7.30PM at the Dog & Bone, John Street, Lincoln, LN2 5BH. For more information you can check the official Facebook Page.

Banbury Wheatsheaf CoA Gathering

We meet every month on the second Monday at the Wheatsheaf in Banbury. You will be able to find us in the back room of the pub for a friendly social evening. Everyone is welcome to join in regardless of your path, and good conversation about pagan topics and the craft is guaranteed. If you are in the area do not be shy and join us! See you there! To stay up to date with all the new just like our Facebook Page.

Sunderland CoA Pagan Moot

We meet every 2nd Thursday of the month from 7.30pm at the Ivy House, Worcester Terrace, SR2 7AW, look for the Witchcraft&Wicca Magazine on the table. Everyone is welcome to join in! We mainly host a social evening where you can spend time with likeminded individuals but also have the occasional workshop. Feel free to contact us on our email address: PaganMoot.Sunderland@gmail.com or find our facebook group.

Sunderland Goddess Circle

Meeting on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Crystal Moon Emporium,52 Frederick Street, Sunderland, SR1 1NF. This meeting is open to all likeminded people following the Pagan path, meeting  times can vary so please check with the page for more details if you wish to attend. More information at their Facebook Page.

Hexham CoA Pagan Moot

Meeting on the 1st Saturday from 11am to 2pm at the Heart of Northumberland, 5 Market Street, NE46 3NS look for the Witchcraft & Wicca Magazine on the table. Everyone is welcome to join us! For more information you can email us at: PaganMoot.Hexham@gmail.com or we have a facebook group.

Morley Moot

We meet the fourth Tuesday in the month at 7-30pm for 8pm, In the Labour Rooms, Unity Hall, Commercial Street, Morley, LS27 8HZ. Cost £2 includes light refreshments. Children 14 and over welcome accompanied by parent or guardian. Contact David Speight on facebook, join Morley Moot Facebook Group or email Morleypagans@aol.com

Student Pagan Societies

Student Pagan Societies

Student societies are a great way to find like-minded people at your University. And because of that, we feel that we should do something to support Student Pagan Societies so they can thrive and reach as many pagan students as they can so no-one feels left out or alone. So we decided to create a membership plan for your society. Student Society Gold Membership is a different type of membership altogether, as it is not tied to a single person, but to the society itself. If you are interested you can email our Student Society Officer at studentofficer@witchcraft.org or join us in our Facebook Group and he can provide you with the details and information you will need to provide to sign up your Society  to this great new deal.

For £45 a year, the Student Society Gold Membership will give you, 4 copies of our Information pack when joining, 4 copies of each issue of the Witchcraft & Wicca Magazine, Witchcraft Times Newsletter on the registered email address, 10 2 for1 deals on tickets for CoA events, where you always pay members prices even when the special deals are all used up, early entry to CoA events, Gold Wristband at Witchfest which gives you access to the members bar where you can relax away from the crowd and with great deals on drinks.

Below is the list of Societies Registered with CoA:

Swansea University Pagan Society

Staffordshire University Pagan Society