to the Pagan Federation (PF) website for the region of Norfolk. This website contains information on local events, as well as listings of moots, group and places for the Pagan Community. Please be sure to join our mailing list (found to the right), so that you are kept informed of everything that is going on. You can join, even if you aren't currently a member of the PF. If you have a query about Paganism in general or want to find out more about the work we do then please visit the contact page for more details. We are always happy to hear from media queries or those who wish to help the wider community. 

If you are new to Paganism, then we strongly recommend that you attend one of the public moots or groups within the area to get involved. You can also join our facebook page to chat online.

  Treading the Boards 
(Open Ritual Group - 1st Sunday of the month.)

Treading the Boards is an open group, which meets monthly to rehearse and practice dramatic Pagan ritual, as well learn more about ritual construction and technique in general. It is not targeted at any particular path or tradition, but rather utilises the methods which are shared across all the Western traditions within the Arte Magical. 

 Pagan Families East

Pagan Families Moot East (PFam East) is an open meet up for families in the region looking to spend quality time together.

We meet around the sabbat festivals, talk, workshop, hang out, eat, make ritual and crafts together and give our kids the chance to get to know other pagan kids. 


You can become a member of the PF electronically using the online form. Membership is just £20 pounds a year and includes a subscription to the Pagan Dawn magazine. The money also goes towards all local and national activities, including events and supporting the Pagan community.

To amend your membership details (change of name, address etc) or for urgent enquiries, please contact the membership manager using the online membership form.

Public Mailing List

Join our mailing list to keep up to date with everything that is happening in Norfolk. You do not have to be a member of the PF to join. 

If you are a member of the PF, there is no need to sign up.