Sunday, 28 July 2013

what's on, what's free?

I get regular questions about what is 'on' within the pagan world in our local area (Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK) and what is here is a little round up...(apologies if I have missed any local groups!)

Kitchen Witch Coven Open Rituals held regularly at the Queen Elizabeth Country Park - FREE, just bring yourself along and a drum if you have one, in the summer months we often have a picnic afterwards as well.
Ritual details

Kitchen Witch School forum - although there is a charge for our lessons (a very reasonable one) there is also a FREE forum - it costs nothing to register and the forum is packed full of information and also has a section for you to ask questions and interact with other members.
Kitchen Witch forum

Tarot Share - my local spiritual coffee shop (Chi Coffee) holds a FREE tarot share every Friday, 10am to 2pm - everyone welcome, come along and join us for a chat, bring along your tarot/oracle cards and join the fun.

Healing Sharing - Chi Coffee also holds FREE healing sharing days on a Thursday, 10am to 2.30pm - everyone welcome, come along and join us.

Social Evening - Chi Coffee will be starting a Chi Spirit Social evening, first Thursday of every month beginning 5th September. 7.30pm to 10.00pm.  Different themes and talks each month.  FREE entry.

The Dolmen Portsmouth also hold monthly moots at The Salisbury pub in Cosham.

The Genesis Order of Druids also hold monthly moots at The Barley Mow pub in Southsea.
Details and rituals at Hilsea Lines.

I am often asked to talk at local moots and meetings, I always give my time for free, but it is up to the group that invite me as to whether they charge or not, details of talks I am giving can be found on my website

Online School
As Kitchen Witch we do have an online school with lovely students from all over the world, yes there is a monthly fee but we have kept it as low as possible, we put a lot of time and effort into our school and are on hand every day for one to one tuition, details on

We also run workshops on a regular basis, again we keep the costs as low as possible - covering the cost of drinks and lunch for our lovely guests and any materials we have had to purchase (we always send our students away with a detailed booklet from the workshop and a goody bag), details on the Coven website

Witchcraft Q&A

We at Kitchen Witch and myself are more than happy to answer any questions that you have on the Craft all you have to do is message us via facebook or send an email, we will help in whatever way we can.

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