District Website:

Facebook:

paganfednw.com

https://www.facebook.com/groups/112613785439437/

District Area: CA, LA, IM, FY, BB, PR, L, M, SK, BL, OL, WA, WN and CH41 – CH66 postcodes.
District Information:

Paganism in the North West

This is a geographically diverse area, with many practicing Pagans from all walks of life. We have a diverse range of open Pagan activities on offer throughout the year, with camps, moots and conferences, and we liaise with many other Pagan bodies and organisations to provide support for the Pagan community, and to represent Paganism to the wider world, as well as being invited to share information about Paganism at Interfaith events throughout the region.

Follow some of the links here and on the Pagan Federation North West Website to see some of our regular meeting points, groups and events. This is not representative of all Paganism in the Northwest, but you can find the rest at the camps, moots and conferences. This is where you are most likely to meet the people who can teach you the magical arts simply answer your queries, or share a pint at the pub in like-minded company.

If you visit our facebook page, also called Pagan Federation North West you will find yourself in a Pagan world, and can chat/live chat with a very friendly crowd, some anticipating their first camp with bated breath, others with years of experience. Obviously we cannot police all people who come to all of our events or who join the forums, so would advise that normal social networking etiquette applies to Paganism as much as any other religion/social group, if you are looking to join a group it is advisable to go to a good few events to see who you really get on with, and that they are genuinely part of the Pagan world. So once again, welcome, and Merry Meet!

Paganism in Cumbria

Cumbria is home to the Lake District National Park, the wild Cumberland coast, and greatest English mountains. Its very name evokes images of Britain’s most beautiful countryside, a land of myths and legends, with more complete stone circles than any other county. ‘The Lake District’ also evokes country cottages, cosy pubs, the poetic landscapes of the Romantic Movement and the world of Beatrix Potter. Here residents and visitors alike feel the true power within the land, coming specifically to enter into a communion with Nature, and to be at one with the seasons as the year wheel turns.

Religious impulse and fulfilment have often been allied to a sense of closeness to the splendour of nature. This is borne out by the rich tapestry of faiths that make up the religious population of Cumbria as well as the plentiful civic rites from Ambleside’s traditional rush bearing parade to Ulverston’s contemporary rivers of light.

Needless to say we also have a flourishing population of adherents to the Old Religion. Druids, Shamans, Heathens and Wiccans meet in groves, groups, blots and covens as they have always done; pagan moots meet in pubs and cafes, and to camp together and sing around bonfires, and semi-public outdoor festivals are organised on a regular basis. Experienced and initiated Priests and Priestesses undertake baby naming, handfastings and requiems, and CRB checked counsellors and chaplains attend hospitals, hospices and prisons to provide for the needs of Cumbrian Pagans.

As you get to know the area you will find some great magical places, such as Kirkby Stephen with the famous Loki Stone in the church, pretty Ulverston with its cobbled streets, Kendal with its lovely ruined castle, not far from Levens Hall with its glass goblet reputed to have been given by the fairies as “the luck of Levens”.

As well as our stunning national Park with its mountains and coasts we have some of the best stone circles in Britain, including Long Meg and Castle Rigg, as well as others which are often quiet and far from the tourist trail. We also have Cumbria's little known but deeply spiritual Humphrey Head was the place of sanctuary to the last wolf in England, and the now defunct holy well. The Dent Meditation Centre is not Pagan, but has a great programme for personal and psychic development. For those in search of something a bit more lively the Carlisle Moot meets regularly every month of Saturday lunchtime in front of the Guildhall (see Moots and Groups).

In Cumbria various Pagan paths and organisations exist side by side often very quietly. It can be disheartening for people who are trying to find their way in Paganism, but attending the various friendly camps in lovely surroundings is a very good way to meet like-minded people.

To find out more about what is happening in Cumbria, please contact the Regional Co-ordinator Rachael on 07515 596262.

Paganism in North Lancashire

Lancashire has a rich heritage in occult lore, and is the site of the brooding Pendle Hill and the Lancashire witch trials. There are several Pendle Witch walks and The Castle at Lancaster offers a tour which features these famous prisoners. For those more interested in the natural world than the historical Festival Bowland provides year round celebrations of the natural beauty of the Forest of Bowland.

Lancaster itself home to some very vibrant and social pagan groups with Lune Pagans in town and Lancaster University hosting the second longest running University Pagan Society (after UCLAN in Central Lancashire), which welcomes non-students, (see moots and groups).
The famous Blue Whale café offers wonderful vegetarian and gluten free food and The Gregson Centre is home to many of the towns other alternative groups. Or if you like your witchy history visit The Golden Lion on Moor Lane where the Pendle Witches supposedly had their last drink according to the plaque outside and the memorabilia within.
Morecambe, over the river boasts some of the greyest weather known to man and was home to one of the top comedians of the sixties, Eric Morecambe. It's also the place for one of the most enthusiastic pagan groups in the northwest.

Lancashire is home to the mysterious fairy steps near Beetham, beautifully magical walking country as well as Silverdale, one of Britain's top ten camps sites at Gibraltar Farm, and some of the North West Pagans' favourite camps. The Wolfhouse Gallery at Silverdale offers lovely food in congenial surroundings and looks out towards Cumbria.

To find out more for North Lancashire please contact Mish, happy Hedgewitch following an eclectic Wiccan Path who is more than happy to point you in the right direction depending on what you're looking for: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To find out more about Central Lancashire please contact TBC

Paganism in Manchester, Bolton and Oldham

This sub-region covers the M, BL and OL postcode areas. As well as Bolton, Oldham and the big cities of Manchester and Salford this area includes other industrial south east Lancashire towns like Rochdale, Ashton-under-Lyne, Bacup and Bury. It extends as far as Westhaughton, Ramsbottom and Littleborough. There is a small bit of the West Riding of Yorkshire around Todmorden and Saddleworth, and a bit of Cheshire around Sale and Carrington.

Although a lot of the area is built up, there is also plenty of countryside and a few surviving ancient sites such as the Pike Stones on Anglezarke Moor and the stone circle at Cheetham Close near Turton. Anglezarke is a sparsely populated civil parish in the Borough of Chorley. It is dominated by reservoirs that were built to supply water to Liverpool, and a large expanse of moorland with evidence of Bronze Age settlements. Popular with walkers and tourists, it lies in the West Pennine Moors in Lancashire, and is close to the towns of Chorley, Horwich and Darwen.

There are also sites of modern pagan celebration such as Holcombe Hill, Rivington Pike and the moors above Oldham where Alex and Maxine Sanders performed rituals in the 1960’s. Some locations in Manchester are also significant in the history of modern paganism such as the John Rylands library, Corn Exchange and Northern Quarter along with the suburb of Chorlton-cum-Hardy.

Manchester is also home to one of the regions longest running pub moots meeting in The Waldorf on the first Monday of the month. Radcliffe also hosts a well established moot and there is a newer one in Bolton too. For details of these moots please select the moots tab.
Robin, the Regional Contact of the area says:

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Stockport, North East Cheshire and High Peak

Besides Stockport the SK postcode area covers a large area of north east Cheshire including Macclesfield, Hyde and Stalybridge and part of Derbyshire including Glossop and the spa town of Buxton. There is plenty of varied beautiful countryside ranging from typical Cheshire mere and moss country to the hills and moors of the western Peak District containing ancient sites galore. One of the most significant finds from the pre-Christian era was discovered at Lindow Moss, just outside Wilmslow when Lindow Man was unearthed in the 1980’s.

Paganism in The Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is steeped in history, and has many Pagan sites of interest. The name itself derives from that of the Celtic sea God Mannanen; it is the Isle of Mannanen with all its wonderful shores and Celtic beauty. Curator at Manx National Heritage Museum Allison Fox looks after a fine necklace dating from the 10th Century. She says of the owner, known as “The Pagan Lady”, She was buried within the Christian cemetery at Peel Castle but she had grave goods with her which is a feature of a Pagan burial, including charms, and has been described as a healer and shaman. The Pagan Lady's Necklace is currently on display at the Manx Museum in Douglas. If you type “Pagan Isle of Man” into Google you will come across all sorts of references that make for great days out with adults or children, looking at its heritage, and exploring its pagan past. It was of course once the site of the Witchcraft Museum where Gerald Gardner was the resident witch and curator, also running there the coven that went on to initiate the first Neo Pagan witches in America. Today the Isle of Man remains a very popular holiday destination and home to a number of Pagans and initiates of the Western Mystery Traditions.

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Regional Contacts:

 District Manager Region C (North West England) - Robin
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Deputy District Manager and conference organizer - Hazel Woods
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Life Rites co-ordinator, for baby blessings, Wiccanings, handfastings, requiems and memorials - TBC
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Media co-ordinator for press and media queries - Judith
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Local Website co-ordinator and social network web mistress - Mish Liddle
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Regional Co-ordinator – Liverpool, Warrington, Wigan and the Wirral
Postcodes: L, CH41-66, WA, WN - Luna
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Regional Co-ordinator – Oldham and Bolton
Postcodes OL, BL – Sarah C
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Regional Co-ordinator – Manchester

Postcodes: M – Robin

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Regional co-ordinator - Lancashire Central
Postcodes: PR, FY, BB - TBC
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Regional co-ordinator - Cumbria & North Lancashire
Postcodes: CA, LA - Rachael
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Regional co-ordinator – Stockport, North East Cheshire and High Peak
Postcodes: SK - Sarah
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Local Contact for the Isle of Man
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Local Contact for Fylde
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Regular events:

Courses, Centres & Annual Camps

The Silver Moon Shop and Holistic Centre, 77 Bond Street, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 1BW. Various courses running, wise advice on groups, events etc. Open Tuesdays to Saturdays in office hours. For more info call Maggie Silvermoon on 07786 282069.

Courses

Blackpool

Hermetics. Regular courses taught by Rufus Harrington. The Hermetics system teaches spiritual techniques of meditation taught in western schools of magic for the last 400 years, combined with methods derived from modern psychological science. Hermetics teaches you how to understand the inner world of your thoughts and emotions, and how to harness the power of your magical will to achieve your life goals, along with methods of healing. You will be guided upon a journey of spiritual awakening, learn magical and psychological techniques, and be taught to build an inner temple within which to commune with the sacred and to awaken the divine potential of your soul. You can also study Hermetics and qualify to teach the Hermetic system. If you enjoy helping others to grow and develop and feel called to this kind of work then you can expect to earn in the region of £40 per hour working with individuals and groups.

Psychic Development Annual courses Blackpool, Lancashire, taught by Maggie Hindmarsh Maggie is a Wiccan High priestess who also used to be a practising medium who trained at Stansted hall, she scrys in the Temple of Flame, the Enochian lodge within the Temple of the Phoenix. She will teach the arts of scrying and divination, as well as how to develop one's psychic abilities for magical work, and to complement our mundane life. Telephone Tuesday to Saturday in office hours to the Silver Moon Holistic Centre 07786 282069

Reiki 1 Blackpool, Silver Moon Holistic Centre. A one day workshop, date to be confirmed, probably a Sunday. This Eastern system has much in common with magic and is becoming very popular in the west today. Here Maggie Hindmarsh, a long term Reiki Master, teaches you about Reiki, and how to channel its life enhancing energies for yourself and others, and how it can be integrated into Pagan practice. This workshop initiates you into the Reiki system, and can be followed with further training towards becoming a Reiki master. Phone Silver Moon Holistic Centre 07786 282069

Isle of Man

Affinity Crystals, Ramsey
Many courses and events, library & shop, celebrants for rites of passage, experienced and friendly staff, also regular evening meditations 7.30pm, £2.50 per person. Please call for any additional information Pam 07624 361549 or call into the shop 01624 813425

Camps

Wolfstone Camp Blackpool 15 - 17 July 2016 Wolfstone Camp has been run for several years by Maggie Silvermoon and is a great place to gather and get together with other pagans in the region. There will be workshops, group rituals and time spent in a beautiful place as pagans.
If you'd like to book a spot for your tent or find out more about this year's camp then call Maggie on 07786282069 or contact her via facebook.

Woodspirit Lammas Camp Silverdale 5 - 7 August 2016 Woodspirit is a community pagan camp that takes place every year around Lammas time. The weekend is packed with workshops, activities, ceremonies, rituals, barbecues, music, drumming and fire play. Many people have attended the camp from the very beginning and are now part of the organising committee. Set in the beautiful woodland with our own stone circle, ritual space and sacred cove looking out onto Morecambe Bay, you are guaranteed a special weekend you will always remember. For more info, please go to:- https://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/WoodspiritCamp or contact via woodspirit.webs.com Members of the PF get a 10% discount that weekend only at the nearby Wolfhouse Gallery (but not the cafe or Janice McGloine's studio) if proof of membership is produced.

Groups:

Lancashire

Druidry in Blackpool: Obod members only Seedgroup meets for rituals and moots in appropriate venues including the beach. Obod (Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids) is a long standing and very highly respected Druid Order with a lot of events and training programmes, anyone is welcome to contact the Seedgroup to talk about Obod or Druidry, and can contact Alison Jayne or Gillian Kavanagh via Face Book.

HeartSongin Lancaster is a twice monthly Meditation and Scared Singing group, linked with Moon cycles and the energy of nature focussed in Celtic festivals. The group is a space of healing and transformation for people, taking the participants beyond their sense of themselves and their abilities, and putting them in touch with voice and a sound that is bigger and more powerful – rising out of a deeper sense of silence. It is really ritual work, linked in with the power of the full moon, reminding us of our connection to the Earth, to Spirit and to each other, and focussing energies for Earth healing. We connect with sacred sites across the globe as suggested by the Mayan people at each Full Moon. A spiritually focused group in which your soul sound can be expressed and explored; sound that arises from deep silence, in toning, singing healing chants and vocal improvisation. Bryony Rogers This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lancaster University Pagan Society meets in Bowland North seminar room nine at 7:30 on Mondays during term time, a map of the University Campus is available Online. They are open to all but do require a membership of the Student union for insurance purposes. Their contact details are This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and they offer a range of talks, rituals and workshops.

Pendle Grove, an OBOD Grove which meets on Pendle Hill for festivals. It is not essential to be a member of OBOD to join, but it is not an open group and people who might like to attend should email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Full Moon Fire Party, Lockside Road, Preston. Every full moon. A place for friendly chat by a fire while others spin, throw, catch and breathe fire. Also a place to learn such skills as poi, staff, juggling balls, clubs etc. Just ask and someone will show you what to do. The event is free, all that is asked it to bring some wood for the fire.
http://www.tinyurl.com/fullmoonfireparty

Shared Earth, offers moots, groups, courses, teaching sharing knowledge and circles, and the famous annual Pagan Con every July. Long running organisation with lots going on, based in Preston area www.shared-earth.org.uk

UCLAN Pagan Society, Preston is one of the longest running student Pagan societies in Britain, it meets every Saturday at 7pm, open to non-students, supported by leading Lancashire Pagans, see uclanpagansoc.tripod.com or Uclan Pagan Society on Facebook

Moots:

Cheshire

Chester Moot
1st Wednesday of the month 8pm
The Town Crier Pub, City Road, Chester, Cheshire CH1 3AE Amanda – 07722133056 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Hedgewitch Hollow
Last Thursday of each month, 7:30pm
The Sea Dog Pub, Cathcart Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire  CH41 3JZ Contact via https://www.facebook.com/groups/180712291962147/?fref=ts

Stockport Moot
2nd Monday of the month 8pm
The Boars Head Pub, Market Place, Stockport, Cheshire SK1 1TY Susan – 0161 285 2963
https://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=39413841596

Cumberland

Carlisle Moot
Monthly on a Saturday lunchtime at the Griffin pub, Court Square CA1 1QX at 2pm.
Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone Rachael on 07515 596262 Website  https://carlislepaganmoot.wordpress.com/
Or Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/195390013835976/?fref=ts


Cleator Moor Moot
The Crown, Bowthorn Road, Cleator Moor, Cumberland CA25 5JU. Next moot
is on Wednesday September 11th. FFI Contact Rachael on 07515596262 or
Pauline on 07598 310561
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Or join our Fb group  
https://www.facebook.com/groups/511932205543853/?fref=ts


WESTMORLAND
Kendal Moot
Second Saturday of the month at 3:30pm.
Waterhouse Cafe, Brewery Arts Centre, 122A Highgate, Kendal, Westmorland
LA9 4HE
Contact – Cynthia – 07543 231691 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Fb
https://www.facebook.com/groups/747790951997252/?fref=ts


Derbyshire

Glossop Moot
Third Thursday of the Month
Glossopdale Pagan Folk, The Globe Inn, 144 High Street West, Glossop,
Derbyshire SK13 8HJ from 8pm.
A group for all pagan folk of the Glossopdale area.
FFI contact The Moot Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/glossoppaganfolk/


Lancashire

Blackpool Moot
2nd Thursday of the Month
In the Layton Institute, 14 Westcliff Drive, Blackpool FY3 7HG.
FFI contact Andrea 07843 946036
https://www.facebook.com/groups/138030152954218/


Bolton Pub Moot
3rd Tuesday of the month from 7:30 onwards Sweet Green Tavern, 127 Crook
Street, Bolton, Lancashire BL3 6DD.
3rd Saturday of the month from 8pm in Ye Old Man and Scythe 6-8
Churchgate, Bolton, Lancashire BL1 1HL for a more casual, social moot.
Open rituals for most festivals are held in the Doffcocker Inn, 780
Chorley Old Road, Bolton, Lancashire BL1 5QD.
FFI contact Sally – 07787 090100
Or Fb  https://www.facebook.com/groups/BoltonAreaPagans/?fref=ts


Burnley Moot
Third Wednesday of every month at 7:30pm
The Black Bull Inn, 12 Lowergate Road, Huncoat, Burnley, Lancashire BB5
6LN
Contact 07751 769431
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http://burnleypagan.webs.com/


Chorley Pagan Moot
Fourth Tuesday of the month from 7.00pm to 11.00pm
Harmony Hub, 15 Queens Road, Chorley, Lancashire PR7 1JU
Contact Leiwolf Crook on 07833 252597 or email lei_ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or via  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1041914139176356/?fref=ts


Lune Pagans Moot (Lancaster)
For details of when the next moot is, contact Ceri via the links below.
Ceri – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
https://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=117450248301005


Children of Artemis Lancaster Moot
Last Saturday of each month 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Lancaster Castle Cafe, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster LA1 1TH
Contact Wendy on 07711 297002

LIVERPOOL:
C.A.K.E Liverpool Cafe Moot
3rd Wednesday each month, 8pm
Cafe Tabac, 126 Bold Street, Liverpool, Lancashire L1 4JA
Email – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or
https://www.facebook.com/groups/400640690134463/


Circle of Pagans Liverpool Pub Moot
3rd Monday each month, 8pmish
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, Liverpool, Lancashire L1 9BQ
Tel – Brian 07760 256495
https://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=32132980621


MANCHESTER:
Manchester Pagan Wheel
1st Tuesday of each month from 7.30pm
The Waldorf Pub, 12 Gore Street, Manchester, Lancashire M1 3AQ.
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Robin ~ 07933 259195
https://www.facebook.com/groups/manchesterpaganwheel/


Preston New Horizons
Mind, Body and Spirit group
Meet every Friday except Bank Holidays, doors open at 7:30pm, talk
starts at 8:00pm
Admission £3:50
Galloway Hall, 131 Brackenbury Road, Preston, Lancashire PR2 3BS
Contact:
via email, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
at websitehttp://newhorizonz.co.cc/ or on
Fb https://www.facebook.com/newhorizonzpreston/?fref=ts


Preston Pagan Moot
Meet the last Friday of every month.
Contact: Jo
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http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fon.fb.me%2F1Q1WVWD&h=aAQHgZMD1


Preston Shared-Earth Group
Irregular meetings
Tasha – 01772 761897
Karen – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


UCLAN (Preston) Pagan Society
During Term-time Only:
Saturday evenings at 7pm in Harrington 115
Contact via:
http://uclanpagsoc.weebly.com/
Fb  https://www.facebook.com/groups/uclanpagan/?fref=ts
The Twitter Feed


Warrington Moot
2nd Tuesday of the Month The Brew House, 95 Buttermarket Street,
Warrington, Lancashire WA1 2NL
7:30pm for an 8pm start
Tel – Not provided
https://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/groups/434844369975304/


Wigan Pagan Moot
Third Thursday of the month in the Edington Arms, 186 Ladies Lane,
Wigan, Lancashire WN2 2QJ from 7.30pm
Contact Gary for details at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/groups/WiganPaganMoot/?fref=ts

 

Cyberspace:

National PF members (you will need your membership number)
groups.yahoo.com/group/PFMembers/

We have a lively and friendly group on facebook, search Pagan Federation North West, regular news of events, groups and get togethers.

We have our own regional website with further information, shops and listings at http://paganfednw.com/

Shops:

Blackpool

The Silver Moon Shop and Holistic Centre
64 Bond Street, Blackpool, Lancashire  FY4 1BW.
Stocks a range of crystals, incense, gifts, candles, herbs, pagan clothing and tarot reading. Plus Psychic Development courses and Reiki 1 courses, both taught by the proprietor Maggie Silvermoon who also offers
a handfasting and baby naming service.                                   
                                                             Open Tuesday to Saturday in office hours.
FFI Tel Maggie on 07786 282069 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Burnley

Witches Galore, Newchurch-in-Pendle, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 9JR
Contact: 01282 613111
or via website
Opening Hours: 11am – 5pm Daily

Carlisle

The Layre, Unit 69b/70, The Market Hall, CA3 8RB
Contact: 07920804878
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Retailer of Pagan & Wiccan Supplies and Gothic & Fantasy giftware Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 10:00 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30
Sat: 10:00 – 16:30

Lancaster

Pixee Gubbins A Lancaster based mostly online seller of handicrafts, check the website to see where she will have her occaisional stalls.

Manchester

Pagan Planet
Contact: 07972 462403
manchesterpaganplanet.co.uk                                              
                               Pagan Planet facebook page Pagan Planet – An independent retailer of Pagan and Wiccan equipment.
Pagan Planet is Manchester’s most popular Pagan/Wiccan shop. Third floor of Affleck’s Palace opposite Attic Fancy Dress.
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 10:30 – 18:00
Sat: 10:00 – 18:00
Sun: closed

Crystal Henge
Contact: 07504 667446
www.crystalhenge.com    Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Crystalhengeuk
Crystal Henge – Crystals, jewellery, minerals, candles, incense, oils, books, rune sets, tarot sets, resins, statues, dreamcatchers, Wiccan, Buddhist and Hindu items. Central Manchester’s longest serving and favourite crystals, holistic and pagan shop.  3rd floor of Affleck’s Palace, next to Cafe 3 & Chezzie Cake shop. We also offer clairvoyant readings through local Manchester medium Angela Walsh www.psychictarotbyangela.com

Silverdale

Wyn Abbot Ceramics and Wolfhouse Cafe
Contact: 01524 701405
http://www.wynabbot.com/                                                 
                               
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wyn-Abbot-Ceramics-at-The-Wolfhouse/151427178359181
Pagan friendly cafe and gallery, adjacent to Gibraltar Farm campsite in Silverdale. Bespoke ceramic items and gifts for sale or made to order.
Wyn Abbot Ceramics, The Wolfhouse Gallery, Lindeth Road, Silverdale, Lancashire LA5 0TX Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 10:00 – 17:00

Stockport

The Handmade Market has several Pagan-friendly stalls and is great to wander around.
Held the third Sunday of everymonth between 11:00 and 16:00 Found in Stockports covered market in the town centre.
Rowan Song Crafts
Found in The Handmade Market every third Sunday and also online:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/RowanSongCrafts

Todmorden

Ang Designs
Not strictly a Pagan Shop, but a designer of bespoke jewellery, happy to take pagan orders.
Contact: 07947 174971
01706 550942
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35 Burnley Road, Todmorden, Yorkshire (next to The Polished Knob pub) Also run stalls at Todmorden Outdoor Market Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 9am – 4pm

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