2015 Conference - Newcastle

Venue: The Ray Gray Community Centre, Stotts Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE6 4UH

Date: 21st November 2015

Time: 10 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.

Parking at the venue itself is limited to stallholders only, however there is plenty of free on-street parking available in the local area and local public transport links to the venue are good.

Disabled Access
The building is fully accessible for those with limited mobility (entry to the conference is free for carers). There is a small amount of disabled parking available for blue badge holders, this can be booked in advance by emailing dm@paganfedne.org or sending us a message through our facebook page.



This year we are offering a two-tier pricing structure, with a discount for advance booking. If you don't get chance to book your ticket in advance they will still be available to buy in person on the day, but you can save money by purchasing them in advance.

"Early Bird" 
PF Member: £5
Non-member: £8

Booked after 7th November:
PF Member: £10
Non-member: £16

Due to current postage costs we will not be sending out paper tickets for online ticket purchases this year, please print out your paypal confirmation email and bring it with you on the day to secure entry to the conference.



We are delighted to announce that we have the following stallholders confirmed for our 2015 conference. More will be added as they are confirmed so please check back regularly for updates:

Aradia Hare
Gemini Aspect
Howling Rook
Krystal Art Creations
Runesmith Designs
Saffrron Crafts
Things and Stuff
Wyld Fire

Plus cakes and refreshments by the Ray Gray Centre.



Talks on the day will include:

Lily Oak Hannington  ~  "What is Paganism, and why do we need a Federation?"
Mark Barber of Howling Rook  ~  "Conscientious Pagan Crafting"  ~  a look at how pagan spirituality affects how craftsmen work
Gordon Hannington  ~  "The Warrior Aspect"  ~  a look at warrior Gods and Heroes in pagan culture
Pip Lee Meer  ~  "Conscious Sexuality"
David Silk  ~  "The Importance of Spoken Word and Storytelling in Pre-Christian Culture"