Part of the Druid Network since 2002, and inaugurated in the late 1990′s by Emma Restall Orr and Philip Shallcrass of the British Druid Order, the Gorsedd of Cor Gawr meets at Stonehenge to witness and honour the dawn on Midsummer’s Day (24th June) and again on the Sunday before the Winter Solstice at around sunset and so offers members of the Druid, Pagan and wider community an opportunity for focused ritual, meditation and celebration with a smaller group than at Open Access.
Working within the tenets and framework of ‘modern’ Druidry yet open to those of all paths and faiths, the gatherings are made up by people from all walks of life both within and outside of our tradition. They come from all across the British Isles as well as from Europe and beyond. Many of these folks come back year after year to celebrate our native tradition, also bringing with them their own words and offerings to enrich the experience for all.
The allocation of tickets for our Midwinter Gorsedd have all been claimed. We are still accepting applications to be added to our waiting list should we recieve any cancellations. Full details can be found at our Midwinter Gorsedd page .