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Association of Polytheist Traditions

Meeting Up

The APT held its inaugural meeting at Abbot's Bromley in 2004 and its first AGM in Lancaster in 2005. In 2006 we held a conference in Preston in association with the AGM and in 2007 we were in Manchester. In May 2008 we held a mini-conference in Birmingham and hope to have more such during 2008-09, in different areas of the UK. Watch this space for details!

Our Conference pages give an idea of what we've done already.

Below are a listing of moots organised by APT members. These are local or regional meetings, usually held in pubs, which provide a chance for polytheists to meet and socialise.

South East England


Southampton Moot

Second Tuesday in the month, Duke of Wellington pub, Bugle Street, Southampton, back bar (very occasionally upstairs), from 7.30 pm. Turn left off the High Street, heading for the Isle of Wight Ferry. Bugle street is parallel to the lower part of the High Street.

Friendly, unstructured, informal moot, comprising an unusually high proportion of polytheists of many kinds.

Contact: Nick Ford, tel. 023-8055-4941 (voicemail) or by email.

East Anglia

Mildenhall, Suffolk

SageCat Moot

Held in the Bell Hotel Conference room, last Tuesday of every month except December, 7:30 start till around 11:00. Talks, debates, raffle, swap or buy goods tables. Large friendly moot open to all levels, traditions and paths. Also have open rituals, annual party, annual BBQ, monthly dinners, walks and workshops. Directions and map on website.

Contact Tina 07951176423 or by email.


Ipswich Moot

Meets on the second Wednesday of the month in the downstairs room of the Brewery Tap pub on Cliff Road (overlooking the docks) from 7:30pm. This is a friendly, general moot open to pagans of all traditions, whether experienced or complete newcomers. Each month features an activity such as a guest speaker, quiz, live music, storytelling, poetry reading etc. Organised by the Ipswich Pagan Council, which also provides free educational courses, a pagan library, trips to sacred sites, picnics, ecological events, parties, inter-faith activities, civic functions etc.

Call 01473 402811 for details or by email.



Blackfriars Moot

Meets on the first Thursday of the month in the downstairs room of the Blackfriars pub (corner of Bell St. & Albion St. in the Merchant City) from 7:30pm. This is a friendly, general moot open to pagans of all traditions, whether experienced or complete newcomers. Most months feature a talk or discussion on some topic.

FFI contact the moot by email.


Meets on the last Thursday of the month in the city centre (currently meeting in the Ingram Bar, Queen St., in the area to the right of the bar) from 7:30pm. This is a Heathen group, but any interested in Heathenry are welcome to come along.

FFI contact us by email.


Caer Clud is an open Druid group. All who are drawn to or interested in a Druidic path are welcome. Meeting third Sunday of the month usually at 2pm in Blackfriars in Glasgow except March, June, September and December which are ritual meetings.

Contact Caer Clud by email.

White Cart Moot

The White Cart Moot meets in a pub in Paisley town centre on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. (email for name of venue - as this can change from month to month). This moot has a large polytheist contingent and is open to all Renfrewshire pagans and interested parties. Planned activities include field trips to sacred sites, story-telling evenings and seasonal celebrations.

Contact Barbara by email.