The Wheel of the Year continues to turn, and we now reach the point in the year once again when light and dark come into balance, with the dark of the winter months on the horizon.
Join us at this beautiful time of the year for a celebration of Alban Elfed, the Autumn Equinox.
We will be celebrating with a ritual in an apple orchard on Sunday 18th September 2016, followed by cider and lunch. The celebration is open to all, so if your fancies have been tickled by the idea of celebrating the seasons, or want to understand more about how some Druid and Hindu traditions celebrate this time of year, or simply want a fun yet meaningful day out… join us!
We will be joined by our friends from the Hindu community who will be giving us an equivalent fruit blessing to mark the occasion and time of year.
Please contact Rob via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in order to find out more.
It is this final harvest which can take the central theme of the Alban Elfed ceremony – thanking the Earth, in her full abundance as Mother and Giver, for the great harvest, as Autumn begins.
We look forward to sharing this beautiful time of year together!