A “moot” is a Pagan meet-up. They place in all sorts of locations, from pubs, to cafes and private homes. Some are general social gatherings, while others may have speakers, rituals or study groups.
This is a listing of moots and groups in the London area.
All moots listed here are run independently and are not run by The Pagan Federation.
Dawn of the Oak
A monthly pub meet-up in London for pagans, witches, druids and other interested people. Our aim is to provide a safe, casual and friendly environment for pagans to meet and learn from each other. Whether you’ve just started learning about paganism or you’re an old hand, you’re welcome to come along and have a chat and a pint – third Sunday of the month, from 3-6pm.
Upstairs at “The Castle”, 34-35 Cowcross Street, Farringdon, EC1M 6DB (only a few steps from Farringdon tube).
South East London Folklore Society – SELFS
SELFS meet every second Thursday of the month upstairs at The Old King’s Head pub, Kings Head Yard, 45-49, Borough High St, London, SE1 1NA. Nearest stations are London Bridge and Borough. It is just off Borough High Street, a map is here: http://tinyurl.com/selfsmap Talks start at 8.00pm.
£2.50 / £1.50 concessions
Kith of the Tree and the Well
We meet on the last Sunday of January, March, May, July, September and November. Upstairs at The Horseshoe Inn, Melior Street, SE1 3QP, by London Bridge station from 2pm to 5pm. Please see our Facebook page for details and contacts.
All with an interest in the Northern Tradition welcome
A monthly coffee shop moot for: Newcomers, Seekers, Solitaries, and Young People. Exploring the Wheel of the Year, and ideas on Divinity, Worship, Magic and Ritual, in peer led discussion.
Central London, 1st Thursday Monthly, 7 – 9, £1
For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nova Stellar Meetup is a sister group to South London Wicca and has organized a not-to-be-missed series of talks featuring major figures within the pagan and occult communities. The speakers will include important authors and leaders of established magickal communities, some of whom speak only rarely in public.
More details for upcoming Nova Stellar events, can be found on the Nova Stellar Facebook group.
Witches of London – Children of Artemis Gathering
At The Cittie of Yorke pub (ground floor), 22 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6BS. No fees. 7.30pm start. This friendly social evening is open to all Pagan paths and those who are seeking them. A monthly meeting, but no regular date. Events are posted on their Facebook Page.
Enfield Town Circle
Enfield Town Circle (`ET Circle’) Enfield Town Circle is pagan `moot’ founded by April in 2007. It is currently at Crown & Horseshoes- a lovely waterside pub, with friendly staff who have comer to know us over the last few years. We often sit by the sofas near the large fire place (front, right) or by the cosy round table back, left). We tend to have debates & discussions on current pagan matters or topics of interest to members…and mostly socialise.
When: *Usually* 2nd Thursday of every month (unless otherwise stated. Please check each month).
Time: 7.30pm till about 10.30pm
Where: Crown & Horseshoes pub.15 Horseshoe Lane, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 6PZ.
Facebook group here and Contact the organiser here
Loose Association of Druids of Primrose Hill
Outdoors in the hawthorn grove, just below the summit of PRimrose Hill, London, NW! 8YH (about 200 meters north-west of the viewing platform). £2 towards expenses. All rituals begin at 12.30pm, for a 1pm start. Please remember to bring picnic food to share and something to drink. All rituals are celebrated at Midday on the Sunday nearest to the festival dates of the Druidic eight-fold seasonal calendar.
Mumma Moon Magic Moot
1st Tues of every month 7.30pm
The Golden Lion, Romford, United Kingdom
Pagans at Home Events in Chislehurst
Two regular family-friendly pagan gatherings in the Chislehurst (Bromley) area:
Drumming circle, beginners & accompanied children welcome. Spare drums available. If interested, contact us by email or phone.
Pagans at Home, a pure social where people can get together and chat, share ideas and laughs and maybe the odd discussion. We are family oriented so people are very welcome to bring their children.
We meet on the Saturday closest to the Full Moon for drumming and social. People should contact us for exact dates and times, as these do vary.
Both meetings take place once a month and are free, although donations of food to share would be welcome! If you are interested in attending either event, e-mail Ed and April: Interzone@talktalk.net
South London Wicca Meet-Up
Sister group to the Nova Stellar Meet-Up, the South London Wicca Meet-Up specialises in running training groups for those interested in traditional Wicca.
More information available at: http://www.meetup.com/South-London-Wicca-Meetup/
Wimbledon Wicca Moot
Our Monthly Wicca Moot in Wimbledon is back! (just a 1-month gap).
But this one is slightly different – I will be doing a short talk (15 -20 mins) on Training Covens, requirements to be part of one.. and more importantly.. what it takes to stay in such a Training Coven and work all the way up to (possible) Wiccan First degree initiation.. ! You are welcome to sit and listen in, and ask questions afterwards..openly..or in private… and take it further.
We’ll gather, have a few drinks / snacks…socialise informally.. and chat about Wicca, Witchcraft, magic, paganism… and stuff.
Further details here
The Circle of Ankerwycke Moot
The Circle of Ankerwycke meets the last Wednesday in the month in Central Staines. All Sabbats celebrated in the open at a local Pagan site. An eclectic lot, we have singles and couples from all different backgrounds and careers. In the first instance please email email@example.com for further information and to introduce yourself.