Hail one and all,The Wheel has turned and it’s now close to the time where we welcome back the sun, celebrate the longest night and generally have a good mid-winter knees up. This year we have an open celebration to which all are welcome, to a night of pagan pagentry, laughter and ritual.
The evening will be held at: Eyre Chapel, Newbold, Chesterfield. This is the location of our monthly drumming meets, and is behind the Old Nags Head pub. For those who have not visited before, there’s car parking available on site. Please go round the side of the pub, through their car park and past the big gates to find a separate car park just for the chapel use.
We’ll start the evening with a ritual, which might be a little on the short side, as we’re going to be outside and it’s going to be about as far away from a balmy summers day as you can get… before heading indoors to the entertainment part of the evening. For your delectation, we have a variety of light entertainments planned, from short films to singers, sing-a-long songs and a stand up comedian so the evening promises to be varied at least
There will also be a foodshare, so bring a bit to share and your appetite, you now how these things go
When is this fabulous fun-filled night I hear you ask? It’s to be held on the solstice itself, 21st December, to start around 7pm