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First time at London Pagan Pride Day?

Pagan Pride Day aims to be a fun-filled day for the entire Pagan family, an opportunity to meet fellow local Pagans, support local Pagan business owners, provide charity to the community, and educate the public about Paganism. 

Want to know what to expect?

Food Bank Donations

One of the main goals of Pagan Pride Day is charity.  We ask all participants to bring a donation of non-perishable food items for the London Food Bank.

Vendors

Pagan Pride Day will have a number of vendors offering Pagan-oriented excellent wares and services.  These vendors help support PPD so please take some time to see what they have to offer.

Community Info Booth

PPD has a community booth with information about Pagan Pride Day as well as brochures for local Pagan groups and services.

Family Area

PPD has a family area with lots of crafts and other activities for wee Pagans.  Please note, this area is not supervised and is not a babysitting service, and we ask that you stay with your child/children while in the Kids' Zone.

Rituals

We aim to offer a variety of Pagan rituals celebrating the harvest at PPD.  Please join in, even if you aren't sure of what to expect -- the more participants the merrier!

Workshops

We offer several workshops on various Pagan-related topics throughout the day.  Please attend!

Entertainment

We are proud to offer some excellent performances by local Pagan and Pagan-friendly entertainers.  Please enjoy!  These entertainers perform on a volunteer basis and are not paid for their time, so please support them if they are busking or offering CDs for sale!

Warrior Games

A tradition since the second London Pagan Pride Day, the Warrior Games are held in honour of the Celtic God Lugh and are a fun-filled time for everyone.  Compete in tests of strength and skill, and win awards and prizes!

Food & Drink

We encourage visitors to pack a picnic for the day.  We will be offering bottles of water for a nominal donations, as well as a "harvest cooler" where visitors can drop off fresh snacks to share.