Derbyshire Pagans Lammas Camp 2012

Hail!  For the information of anyone attending the Lammas Camp at Kniveton this year who hasn’t already packed and set off on the great venture, here’s the current running order for the site:

Marquee 1 Marquee 2 Healing Area Outside / Fireside/ Music Cafe
Thursday

Morning

Acoustic music/jam all weekend at the Music café Pegasus Catering Please bring guitars, didges, voices etc, and join in.
Afternoon 2 pm Camp Opens Some kids activities are planned for the weekend
Evening 7 pm   Beating of Bounds
Fire
Drum curfew 10.30
Friday

Morning

12 pm   Witches’ Ladder **                (Please bring ribbons shells stones etc; some stuff provided ) 11 am   Mask making**
(Please bring bits to decorate your mask; some stuff provided)
Various Healing treatments available
Reiki
Sound therapy
10 am   Walking Meditation (meet @Café)
11 am   onwards Archery
12 pm   Chanbra challenge
Afternoon 2 pm   Viking Sagas
3 pm   North American Shamanism
4 pm   Seidr
1 pm   Kite Making
3 pm   Religio Romana
5 pm   Cristios
Meditation Crystal Cristos 2 pm Lore of trees (meet @ Café)
3 pm Black Morris
Kite flying
Evening 9 pm   Oryelle performance Available throughout the weekend
Please see welcome area to book your treatment
7pm   Labyrinth Dance
Fireside acoustic music and Storytelling
(Drum curfew 10.30pm)
Saturday

Morning

9 am  Gap Through The Hedge – Steve Niner Some treatments may be performed in groups
Afternoon 2 pm   Ancestor meditation
3 pm   Shamanic drum/tool awakening** (Please bring your drums, rattles ‘n’ stuff)
5 pm  Runes
4 pm   Tarot workshop
5 pm   Bellydance workshop
12 pm   Chanbra challenge and awards
3 pm     Black Morris
Evening 7 pm     Ritual
8 pm    
BBQ veg & non veg @ Café Fireside Drumming (Drum Curfew 11 pm)
Sunday

Morning

10 am   Goblin Market
Trade, sell, barter, swap

Crafts, 2nd hand, vintage, unwanted stuff

No commercial Traders please

Afternoon 3 pm   Camp Ends 2 pm   Closing of Bounds

 


The Café will be open for the sale of drinks breakfast lunch evening meal and snacks, vegetarian and non vegetarian and will have a few tables and chairs and a marquee so bring your acoustic instruments and lets have a Music Café

ALL RUBBISH MUST BE TAKEN HOME PLEASE – WITH THE EXCEPTION OF DRINKS CANS THERE WILL BE A BAG PROVIDED FOR THESE

If you are using buckets for loo’s and use toilet fluid please use green eco fluid this is an organic site and we don’t want to pollute it.

Dogs MUST be cleaned up after and kept under control as there are sheep in adjacent fields.

Please respect the drum curfew as there are a few houses nearby and we’d like to come back next year.

Small fire pits may be dug near your camp but please replace the soil/grass afterwards and leave your areas tidy

Hope you have a fab weekend!  — Gwen, Jay and Crew

2 thoughts on “Derbyshire Pagans Lammas Camp 2012

  1. Hi,
    My friends are staying this weekend and I was thinking of coming for the day on sunday. How much is a day ticket?

    Many thanks

    Lisa

    • Hello! You’d be more than welcome to come up to the camp on Sunday, though the camp does close that day and it’ll mostly be people packing up from lunchtime-ish… Best to get in as early as you can, there’ll still be people about with stalls etc. It’s just £2 at the gate for the morning and there’ll be a Sunday Morning Story Time before the close-down, which is good fun. We’ll hopefully see you there! 🙂

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