As a group we meet up to mark all eight festivals of the Wheel of the Year. These are open to anyone with a genuine and open minded interest in what we are doing.

We normally meet on the Sunday closest to the date of the actual festival. We  publish final details of dates in our Yahoo and Facebook groups and on this page. We also publish our ritual scripts on the Yahoo group for you to read in advance.

Our outdoor ceremonies are held in Pollok Country Park . We usually all gather together at the end of the Burrell Museum Car Park at 12.45 to 13.15hrs. If you're not sure where to go - look for colourful group of interesting looking people! From there we make our way to the Ritual site at the ancient earthworks in the North Wood. For those with reduced mobility you can go to the ritual site directly from the North Lodge.

We are a baby and child friendly group, all we ask is you keep your little ones under reasonable control. Join us for a walk through the woods, a ceremony, walk back and then to the cafe of the Burrell Museum for a tea/coffee/chocolate and a nice chat.

If you have mobility issues please contact the group in advance of attendance as the location usually used involves a bit of walking with the last short section on rough ground under beech trees.

Our next ceremony is for the Spring Equinox - on Sunday 23 March 2014

Dates for our forthcoming ceremonies
  • Lughnasadh - 3 August 2014
  • Autumn Equinox - 21 September 2014
  • Samhain - 2 November 2014
  • Winter Solstice - 21 December 2014
Future dates are provisional. All ceremonies are confirmed closer to the event on this page and on our Yahoo and Facebook pages

Travel to Pollok Country Park

  • Train - You can catch a train from Central Station to Pollokshaws West Railway Station, which is a 2 minute walk from the park entrance
  • Bus - Various routes operate from the city centre to Pollokshaws Road
  • Car - From the M77 exit at junction 1 or 2 and follow the signs for the Burrell Collection.
    Parking is available near the Burrell Collection
  • Walking - Access is available via the Burrell Walkway from Dumbreck Road or from Pollokshaws Road and Corkerhill Road.
  • Cycling - The park forms part of the Glasgow to Irvine and Ardrossan National Cycle Routes (Nos 7 and 75)

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