Event description

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The Artemis Gathering is an amazing Pagan camp held over a long weekend on the 23rd – 26th August. There are talks, workshops, live bands, Fire performers, an awesome Fire Sculpture, a late night rock club, the Artemis bar, and the ever popular Artemis Cafe. Once you have setup your tent you can relax as everything you need is here with food, drink entertainment and a packed schedule of events the whole weekend. All events are included in the single entry price making this unbelievable value.

The Artemis Gathering has a friendly family atmosphere set in 98 beautiful acres of the Staffordshire countryside.The event has catering & bar facilities for vegetarians, & omnivores. Talks and workshops are held in buildings and marquees on site, or in the open depending on the weather. Dogs are welcome, you need to pre-book at £3 per dog. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times and all mess must cleaned. Please allow plenty of time for the journey as we are anticipating heavy traffic on some main routes to the site at this time of year. Please remember to bring your own tent and camping equipment.

Please note we can only accommodate a limited number of campervans, caravans, or trailer tents, please ensure you book your place early, especially if you require a power hook up as these are very limited.
(The event opens Friday 4pm, and closes Monday 2pm)

NEW As an alternative to camping there are now a variety of cabins, rooms, and even single bunks available, click here for details 


Pete Jennings

  • Pete Jennings – a legend in his own lunchtime: so Heathen he can’t pass a quietly sleeping innocent village without visiting it to rescue the gold, silver, women and mead.

Oona McFarlane

  • Reiki Master Teacher, Neter Seichim Master Teacher, SUNDOOR Advanced Firewalk Instructor, NLP Master Practitioner, Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Master Practitioner

Ashley Mortimer

  • Ashley Mortimer is a trustee of the Doreen Valiente Foundation and a director of The Centre For Pagan Studies
Barbara Meiklejohn-Free

Barbara Meiklejohn-Free

  • High Priestess of Isis, Shaman, Seer, Singer, Best Selling Author and a teacher of the ancient ways of the Craft

Flavia Kate Peters

  • Celtic Mystic, Faery Shaman, Singer, Best Selling Author and teacher of Faery Folklore
Tam Cambell

Tam Campbell

  • Wiccan High Priest with many years of experience of a variety of traditions and a popular speaker and teacher, very knowledgeable on mythology and pagan history

Cat Treadwell

  • Cat is a professional Pagan Priest and Author from Derbyshire. She volunteers as a speaker and a writer for several Pagan and charitable organisations, and travels far and wide performing rituals as needed.
Moira Hodgkinson

Moira Hodgkinson

  • She runs open celebrations for the Sabbats in the heart of Sherwood Forest and has been leading workshops and classes for over fifteen years. Regular contributor to W&W Magazine.

Carole Carlton

  • Carole Carlton is a lecturer, writer and author in many aspects of complementary medicine and ancient spirituality. She has written 5 books in the 'Mrs Darley' series

Jonathan Argento

  • Co- Founder of Pagan Pride South, Witch, teacher and speaker. He draws on modern and traditional witchcraft blended with the wisdom of mystical traditions and global philosophical ideas

Mike Stygal

  • Founding member of Pagan and Heathen Symposium, current Pagan Federation Vice President, Trustee of the Interfaith Network and Pagan Aid.

Raegan Shanti

  • Raegan Shanti is an eclectic Pagan witch, specialising in the use of dance and movement for magical purposes and the intersection of Hinduism and Western Paganism
Jenny Cartledge

Jenny Cartledge

  • Solitary Pagan Witch, Freelance Writer, Regular Contributor for CoA & Doreen Valiente Foundation

Susan Jackson

  • Scryer by Nature harnessing energy from the Moon and The Elements


  • Authentic encampment, extensive equipment and professional yet friendly approach will bring the Dark Ages alive for you!
Tatja Ikonen

Tatja Ikonen

  • Finnish Wiccan, have an interest in folklore and the use of art, poetry and storytelling as a gateway to the magical world.

Lesley-Anne Brewster (Dr.)

  • Worked in community development/community health/education until increasing disability obliged her to retire. She has been a Scottish - Clark Line - Gardnerian High Priestess for 40+ years, and has a particular interest in self-work.

Witchlets Corner

  • Range of activities organised by CoA volunteers and selected speakers suitable for children and their parents.
Healing Tent

Healing Tent

  • Healing tent with volunteers giving free treatments to whoever wants them. Schedule for it will be found at the CoA Stall!