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Pagans Of The North was established in March 2020 as a small online magazine catering to Pagans, Witches, Heathens, and others on similar paths in the North of England. 

With the pandemic forcing our community to adapt, resulting in the inability to gather in person, a crucial aspect for Pagan communities, finding a connection digitally was important.

 

Inspired by the existence of a magazine dedicated to the Midlands, the idea of a North-focused publication emerged as a means to unite individuals under a common platform. Our magazine emphasizes promoting local businesses and suppliers, and I must say, there is an abundance of them! 

Our primary objective is to provide these businesses and suppliers with a platform to showcase their offerings and amplify their voices. Each issue features a dedicated section called "Trader Of The Month," which highlights a new business. As a completely free e-magazine, we aim to empower our readers by allowing them to contribute articles on topics they are passionate about and providing opportunities for self-promotion, including advertising their shops, products, and more. 

Furthermore, advertising space within the magazine is also offered free of charge, as part of our commitment to supporting our suppliers. In summary, Pagans Of The North hopes to foster a sense of community and provide a platform for local businesses and individuals to connect, share their expertise, and promote their offerings. 

 

We have grown to become a network for the North, providing a blog, directory, free courses, resource links and more. We highlight the North of England but are read by people around the world.

Please read our Mission Statement below.

Our Mission Statement

The values and objectives of Pagans of the North revolve around the education and promotion of Paganism, Witchcraft, and other forms of spirituality. Our primary focus is on fostering a sense of community and connection amongst the people of the North of England. We aim to inspire individuals to connect with the core beliefs of Paganism, such as celebrating and honouring nature. Additionally, we strive to showcase diverse perspectives and personal paths within this vast and eclectic belief system, while also promoting the debunking of misinformation and misconceptions. 

The North

If you live in the area in RED /Above the Green Line,
we consider this the North Of England.

These Regions include:
Northumberland
Cumbria
Tyne & Wear
Durham
Lancashire
Greater Manchester
Cheshire
North Yorkshire
West Yorkshire
South Yorkshire
East Riding
 
This includes places such as Liverpool, Sheffield, Grimsby and Chester
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