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Norwich Pagan Moot


Other Moots and Groups in Norfolk and Suffolk

Gorleston Stone Circle Pagan Moot (Facebook page)

Lowestoft Sunrise Moot

Ipswich Pagan Council

Norfolk Goddess Temple

Norwich Pagan Sphere

Other Organisations and Other Useful Web-sites

Val Thomas's site

Norwich InterFaith Link

The Pagan Federation

Children of Artemis

Asatru UK

British Druid Order

Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids

The Druid Network

Ordo Templi Orientis

Pagan and Magical Shops in Norfolk and Suffolk

Norwich: Inanna's Festival, 2 St. Andrew's Hill. Magical gifts and Pagan supplies.

Norwich: Earthglade. Eco-friendly solutions to everyday living.

Wymondham: Elementals Magickal Emporium, 6 Market Street. Magical items and local crafts.

Ipswich: Sacred Earth, 8 Upper Orwell Street. Apothecary and esoteric supplies.

Useful Books

There are many books about Paganism and Pagan paths around, but not all are very useful. A selection of the best are given here. Some are in the Norfolk Libraries catalogue and their class marks are given in brackets.




Northern Traditions / Heathenry


Children’s novels

The best fiction giving a Pagan perspective, if not Pagan in name, accessible to young people includes:


The Ickeny Collection: East Anglian Museum of Magic and Mythology

The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, Boscastle, Cornwall - the 'national' museum for magic and witchcraft!

The Doreen Valiente Foundation, Brighton, East Sussex - The Doreen Valiente Collection is shown in temporary exhibitions from time to time.

Bellarmine and Other German Stoneware Museum, Swaffham, Norfolk - includes 'witch' bottles in the context of similar ceramics.

Norfolk Museum Service - ten museums across the county, including three in Norwich.

The South Asia Collection, Norwich - A wonderful collection of material from South Asia, covering all of life - part of Country and Eastern.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA, Norwich - a stunning world cultures collection complimented by powerful art exhibitions.

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