It’s early days, but a viable site may be available and sufficient additional assistance to put on a Druid camp 2023. What if it wasn’t where it used to be… oooooh!
The past two years have been challenging. Covid appears now to be less serious but has left many of us with underlying issues of long term illness, energy depletion and employment insecurity. Most of all, as we pull ourselves together, we find it has left us without a viable venue for a camp this year.Continue reading “No Druid Camp 2022?”
Nothing stays the same, whether it be Druidry or web sites. We don’t – at least not very often – still carry out the human sacrifices reportedly done by the ancient Druids. Things change, customs change, and now… the web address of your favourite Druid Camp has changed. druid dot camp How simple is that?Continue reading “Cool New Home!”
We are sorry to tell you there will be no Druid Camp 2021. As the UK moves towards a slow relaxation of lockdown restrictions, the team at Druid Camp has been considering if and when it might be capable of offering a safe Druid Camp in 2021. As we looked at various possibilities we watchedContinue reading “there will be no Druid Camp 2021”
As we approach a Samhain filled with concern about staying clear of people, it’s worth pondering on the many times our ancestors lived with anxiety. Whether it was the obvious and terrifying threat of war, invasion and fighting, or the silent and invisible threat of plague and infection, the community held together. In these CovidContinue reading “Samhain 2020”
All tickets will be refunded. These are extraordinary times, and despite everything we were still working towards a functional camp this year, when sadly but understandably, the landowner declared his site closed. There will be no camp this year. Those who have already bought tickets will get a full refund. We are obviously disappointed, asContinue reading “Druid Camp 2020 cancelled”
Druid Camp now has a Page on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/DruidCamp/ The way Facebook operates changes over time and this now seems the way for us to publicise Camp in this place. News updates will appear, linking to the actual web site posts. It gives us a chance to keep all the news relevant and focus onContinue reading “New Facebook page”
Diarmid will be with us at the weekend, offering a Saturday evening and a Sunday Morning circle dance, inside if it’s raining but hopefully outdoors.
This year, there is a change in the way Druid Camp is being developed. Mark Graham is taking a stronger hand in the magic and ritual of Camp, setting the theme and the major shape of it. Others, generally long standing Druid Campers, are taking charge of the camp site set-up, so that Mark doesn’tContinue reading “Meetings”
“Stylish Passionate Folk Rock” – R2, “Outstanding and Evocative” – FATEA, FolkLaw’s music will get your feet tapping and your mind thinking. Inspired by 10 years on the road in Europe and North America, FolkLaw’s songs are a commentary on life, with earthy lyrics and vocals accompanied by Celtic fiddle and distinctive vocal harmonies. DescribedContinue reading “FolkLaw”