Druid Camp 2020 cancelled

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, as we know you are too. We are sad for our fantastic community and our bands and performers, worshippers and facilitators. We will manage financially, but clearly there will be costs to be born.

The most important thing though is that we are all safe, us and hopefully you, and we can look forward to 2021. We most certainly intend to hold a Druid Camp next summer. This would have been out twenty first consecutive Druid Camp, but now it will be “the legendary year camp didn’t happen”!

As you know, the whole Druid Camp from start to finish is run by volunteers as a non-profit association. As we are volunteers, as well as volunteers who are still isolating and or socially distancing, we will deal with your enquiries as and when we can.

You can contact us at team@druidcamp.org.uk

Be safe. Stay groovy. Live your Druidry with Honour.

New Facebook page

Druid Camp now has a Page on Facebook!


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 on those attending Camp each year.See you there…


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’t have to. This means there are far more meetings, and they’re video conferenced meetings, with a spreadsheet and a to-do list but no minutes.

Druid Camp is a transparent organisation, but Im sure you’ll understand it’s not possible to share everything. So just to let you know we are beavering away in the back ground…

Nuts and Bolts Meetings

  • 13th November 2019
  • 6th December 2019
  • 16th January 2020
  • 13th February 2020


“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. Described as “Show of Hands with a new wave ethic” (fRoots) and winning friends and fans wherever they go, FolkLaw are a unique blend of energised entertaining UK folk-rock.

FolkLaw will play Druid Camp on Friday evening.


Keith Christmas

We are delighted to confirm Keith Christmas to play Druid Camp 2020!

Keith has been on the music scene for many years, so many in fact that he headlined alongside someone called David Bowie at the first ever Glastonbury, and played guitar on several of Bowies album tracks including Space Oddity. He’s toured with such legends as The Who, Frank Zappa and King Crimson and played with Roxy Music, The Kinks and Captain Beefheart.

He has a recently released album, called Live Live, and he’ll certainly play “Round the Stones” from it and perhaps some of his music from decades of work with the great names of rock, folk and blues.

Keith will be playing on Thursday night. https://www.becn.co.uk

Theme agreed

The theme for the 2020 Druid Camp is Wisdom of the Elders.

It reflects the time taken in training as a Druid (twenty years) as well as our coming of age year (twenty one). Lots of twenties…

We will be making more information available once final discussions with key speakers and performers have been completed.

DC2020 meeting

Just a quick note to recognise the meeting of 13th November, where we began in earnest to prepare for the 2020 Camp.

Meeting online using Whereby videoconferencing. In attendance: Jos Razzell, Mark Rosher, Mouse, Richard Blackett, Esther Hickey, Jules

Meeting notes and actions all online in the secure Druid Camp Dropbox.

  • Current state of play.
  • Ticketing live and site being updated.
  • Workshop offerings coming in via email to team@druidcamp.org.uk.
  • Theme to be confirmed post meeting Mark Rosher / Mark Graham.