Norwich Pagans

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What's a Moot?

To give you an idea of what goes on at each type of event.

Pub Moots

A Pub Moot is a gathering of Pagans who meet up for a social gathering in a local pub.

Everyone is made to feel very welcome and you get to spend time with other like minded people. For those new to a Pagan path and those who are just curious about Paganism it's an ideal opportunity to find out more in an easy going, no pressure, relaxed atmosphere. We start gathering about 7.30pm and you stay as long or as little as you like.

If you've never been to a Pagan gathering before this is a good place to start. Feeling shy? Just contact Annette for a chat.

Coffee Moots

We hold a regular ‘Coffee Moot’ as a daytime and family friendly event. It's an opportunity for those who can't get to a Pub Moot to still have social contact with other Pagans. Getting home by public transport at night can be difficult if you live outside Norwich so the coffee moot allows people to stay in contact with others in the community even if they can't get out in the evening.

Coffee Moots take place at the Forum in Norwich on the fourth Saturday of the month from 10.30. On occasions there may be some variations to the date but these are always published well in advance on this site. Come and see us in the morning and do your shopping in the afternoon!


From October to April we run a series of talks on Pagan related subjects at the Belvedere Centre in Norwich from 7.00 till about 9.30. The talk is for about an hour but some people hang around afterwards for a drink and a chat. The subject of the talks are advertised in advance and can be found on the Events section of this website.

We do ask that people arrive on time and switch their mobile phones off to avoid disturbing the speaker.

In the summer months we move outside for other events such as the ever popular herb walk led by a local herbalist and author.


From time to time we run interactive workshops on a variety of subjects. We try to respond to requests from our community on the subject for the workshops. They are relaxed events and always informative. They usually take place at the Belvedere Centre. Watch our Events page for dates of these events, and if you would like to make a suggestion about a subject you would like covered at a workshop please let the committee know.

For all events, look at the Events page on this website.