What's a Moot?
To give you an idea of what goes on at each type of event.
A Moot is a gathering of Pagans to meet one another socially and for educational and sometimes ritual events. Every Moot around the country is different.
We hold a regular ‘Coffee Moot’ as a day-time and family-friendly event. It's an opportunity for those who
can't get to an evening event to still have social contact with other Pagans. The Coffee Moots take place
at the Forum in Norwich on the fourth Saturday of the month from 10.30. On occasions there may be some
variations to the date but these are always published well in advance on this site. Come and see us in
the morning and do your shopping in the afternoon!
We run a series of talks, workshops and other events on Pagan-related subjects at the Silver Road Community Centre in Norwich,
usually starting at 7pm on the second Sunday of the month. There is normally a small charge (£3) to cover room hire.
Teas and coffees can also be purchased. We do ask that people arrive on time and switch their mobile phones off to
avoid disturbing the speaker and other people.
From time to time, we run interactive workshops on a variety of subjects. We try to respond to requests from our community on the subject for the workshops. They are relaxed events and always informative. They usually take place at the Silver Road Community Centre. Admission may be higher than for talks, to cover workshop leaders’ expenses and materials.
Now in its second year, this is a day-time event in October, at the Silver Road Community Centre. It’s an opportunity for people in the local Pagan community to show and sell their magical crafts in a relaxed atmosphere, with one or more speakers too.
For all events, look at the Events page on this website.