This is the official website of The Pagan Federation London.

Here you will find information on events, activities and groups pertaining to Paganism in the Central and Greater London area.

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Upcoming Events

Open Rituals 2019

Jan 31st  –  Imbolc   – Ritual led by Circle of the Four Winds

Mar 21st  –  Spring Equinox   – Ritual led by Luna Iter

May 2nd  –   Beltane   – Ritual led by Loose Association of Druids

June 20th   –  Summer Solstice   – Ritual led by Coven of the Hare and the Heron

Aug 1st  –  Lammas   – Ritual led by Hendon Heathens

Sep 19  –  Autumn Equinox   – Ritual led by London Woodland Witches

Oct 24  –  Samhain   – Ritual led by Sorita D’Este

Dec 19  –  Winter Solstice   – Ritual led by Kith of The Tree and The Well

Time: Arrive at 7.30pm for an 8pm start
Venue: Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, Holborn
Nearest Tube: Holborn (Central Line, Piccadilly Line)
Entry fee: £6 (for PF members & concessions*), £7 for all others.

*Concessions: Pensioners, Unemployed, Students, Teachers, NHS staff, Police,  Firefighters.

Tickets on the door.


Pagan Pride Parade London

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

London’s annual Pagan Pride Parade is the longest running Pagan Pride event in the world!

pppinstagram1Each year, Pagans of all paths, traditions and faiths, come together to make themselves known to the people of London and express their spirit of pride.  With costumes, flags, banners, drums, and song, we march through the streets of London, celebrating Paganism.

We meet in Russell Square, then proceed along our parade route, before returning to Russell Square, for a communal picnic and festivities.  We also have stalls selling Pagan goods, plus awesome drumming groups and dancers!

Join us in being a part of this great tradition.



Russell Square

Find us in the middle of the park, by the fountain.

Gather from 12 midday
Parade starts at 1pm

Nearest Tubes
Russel Square (Piccadilly Line)
Holborn (Central Line, Piccadilly Line)

Feel free to bring food to picnic with us, or there is a cafe in Russell Square.

Children welcome – Totally family friendly!

Those who want to celebrate, but don’t feel able to take part in the parade walk, can still join us in Russell Square to enjoy the day with everyone.


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