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Norwich Pagans
Dates for your Diary.

These are brief details of Solar and Lunar events that may be of interest to pagans in the Norwich and Norfolk area.
All times are Local for Arminghall Henge at Norwich unless stated otherwise..


Upcoming Events

Day:Date:       Time:         Event:Description:
Mon30th Nov09:30 GMTFull Moon 
Mon30th Nov09:44 GMTPenumbral Lunar eclipsevisible from Asia, Aus., Pacific, Americas 
Tue8th Dec00:37 GMTThird Quarter 
Mon14th Dec16:14 GMTTotal Solar eclipsevisible from Pacific, s S. America, Antarctica [Total: s Pacific, Chile, Argentina, s Atlantic] 
Mon14th Dec16:17 GMTNew Moon 
Mon21st Dec10:03 GMTWinter Solstice 
Mon21st Dec23:42 GMTFirst Quarter 
Wed30th Dec03:29 GMTFull Moon 
Sat2nd Jan13:51 GMTPerihelionThe Earth is at it’s closest to the Sun 
Wed6th Jan09:37 GMT3rd quarter 
Wed13th Jan05:00 GMTnew moon 
Wed20th Jan21:02 GMT1st quarter 
Thu28th Jan19:16 GMTfull moon 
Mon1st Feb00:00 GMTImbolcfestival of Brigid. Start of Spring. 
Thu4th Feb17:37 GMT3rd quarter 
Thu11th Feb19:06 GMTnew moon 
Fri19th Feb18:47 GMT1st quarter 
Sat27th Feb08:17 GMTfull moon 
Sat6th Mar01:30 GMT3rd quarter 
Sat13th Mar10:21 GMTnew moon 
Sat20th Mar09:37 GMTSpring Equinox 
Sun21st Mar14:40 GMT1st quarter 
Sun28th Mar03:00 BSTBST beginsclocks go forward 
Sun28th Mar19:48 BSTfull moon 
Sun4th Apr11:02 BST3rd quarter 
Mon12th Apr03:31 BSTnew moon 
Tue20th Apr07:59 BST1st quarter 
Tue27th Apr04:31 BSTfull moon 
Sat1st May00:00 BSTBeltaineBeginning of summer 
Mon3rd May20:50 BST3rd quarter 
Tue11th May20:00 BSTnew moon 
Wed19th May20:13 BST1st quarter 
Wed26th May12:14 BSTfull moon 
Wed26th May12:19 BSTTotal Lunar eclipsevisible from e Asia, Australia, Pacific, Americas 
Wed2nd Jun08:24 BST3rd quarter 
Thu10th Jun11:43 BSTAnnular Solar eclipsevisible from n N. America, Europe, Asia [Annular: n Canada, Greenland, Russia] 
Thu10th Jun11:53 BSTnew moon 
Fri18th Jun04:54 BST1st quarter 
Mon21st Jun04:32 BSTSummer Solstice 
Thu24th Jun19:40 BSTfull moon 
Thu1st Jul22:11 BST3rd quarter 
Mon5th Jul23:27 BSTAphelionThe Earth is at it’s farthest from the Sun 
Sat10th Jul02:17 BSTnew moon 
Sat17th Jul11:11 BST1st quarter 
Sat24th Jul03:37 BSTfull moon 
Sat31st Jul14:16 BST3rd quarter 
Sun1st Aug00:00 BSTLughnasadhBeginning of the harvest 
Sun8th Aug14:50 BSTnew moon 
Sun15th Aug16:20 BST1st quarter 
Sun22nd Aug13:02 BSTfull moon 
Mon30th Aug08:13 BST3rd quarter 
Tue7th Sep01:52 BSTnew moon 
Mon13th Sep21:39 BST1st quarter 
Tue21st Sep00:55 BSTfull moon 
Wed22nd Sep20:21 BSTAutumn Equinox 
Wed29th Sep02:57 BST3rd quarter 
Wed6th Oct12:05 BSTnew moon 
Wed13th Oct04:25 BST1st quarter 
Wed20th Oct15:57 BSTfull moon 
Thu28th Oct21:05 BST3rd quarter 
Sun31st Oct01:00 BSTSamhainEnd of the harvest 
Sun31st Oct03:00 BSTBST endsclocks go back 
Thu4th Nov21:15 GMTnew moon 
Thu11th Nov12:46 GMT1st quarter 
Fri19th Nov08:58 GMTfull moon 
Fri19th Nov09:04 GMTPartial Lunar eclipsevisible from Americas, n Europe, e Asia, Australia, Pacific 

Eclipse Predictions by Fred Espenak and Chris O'Byrne (NASA's GSFC)
Sun and moon times provided by Keith Burnett