Upcoming Events & Latest News

Online event: Brighid, Dancing Spring’s Threshold

Sunday 28 February 2021, 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST (6:00-8:00 pm GMT)
During this virtual event, we will dance Spring’s threshold by immersing ourselves in the traditions of Brighid. Join us and listen to guest speaker Mary Condren, as she shares her knowledge and wisdom about the Irish and other Old European traditions on the rituals of Spring.

More info & registration

Open Circles postponed until further notice

Under the circumstances, all scheduled Open Circles have been cancelled.  We will re-evaluate the viability of restarting our monthly gatherings in September.

Brighid Festival postponed to 2022 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Circle has postponed our Brighid Festival and community event, Forging Cultural Climate Change to 2022.  Once we have rescheduled our facility booking with Brescia University College (May or June 2022), we will regather our extraordinary line-up of facilitators and speakers. The importance of empowered women to our planet is more critical than ever before. Together we will generate the wisdom, the energy, and a sense of community to fuel us, as women taking our place in transforming the world. 

The Circle Women’s Collective Today

The Circle Women’s Collective has now moved into having a virtual presence on a day-to-day basis with the goal of offering to the London community and beyond, the opportunity to participate in feminist ritual in the public domain. Please continue to visit our website and Facebook page (you do not need to have a Facebook account  to read our public page) for information on upcoming events. As always, The Circle seeks to be a collective where women who wish to sacredly engage in issues related to feminism, activism and ecofeminism can find sisters-in-spirit.  We hope that our Facebook page can become truly social – a place where women post, comment, interact, make announcements, etc.

 

 

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