Belly dancing, Morris dancers, meditation and Tarot readings at Stonham
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Suffolk’s first pagan festival is taking place at Stonham Barns, this weekend.
Gone to Earth is billed as a blend of paganism and folk culture, and takes place on Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and July 21.
The event includes musical performances, story telling, fire-eating, belly dancing and traditional Morris dancing.
Organiser Karen Light, from Sussex, is a high priestess and a witch.
She said: "Paganism is all about being kinder to yourself, being kinder to each other and the Earth.
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"It's about being aware, having more of an awareness of what is important in life. Stop choosing things that are of no importance such as a big telly or the big car - those things aren't important.
"It is about going lightly on the Earth, reconnecting with the Earth. We are the Earth's custodians - not its owners."
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Other attractions include folk and medieval and music, open mic and jamming sessions, with healers present, meditation and Tarot reading.