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The Pagan Freedom Day initiative was birthed on 11 November 2003 to facilitate an annual national and regional celebration of 10 years of Pagan Religious Freedom in South Africa on Freedom Day 27 April 2004.

In January 2004, this initiative was formerly chartered as the Pagan Freedom Day Movement (PFDM).

Since its inception, Pagans across the country have willingly embraced the ideal of Pagan Freedom Day, namely to encourage Cooperative Community building amongst Pagans and between Pagans and non-Pagans. It is hoped that by fostering a positive and holistic South African Pagan identity, we can promote understanding and tolerance amongst Pagans and between Pagans and non-Pagan South Africans.

Regional Communities have been formed to facilitate these ideals and to foster both Pagan identity and consolidate cooperative community building. Diverse Pagan individuals and groups have rallied together under the banner of Freedom and Unity in Diversity.

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The new kid on the block. Come and join us as we light the Yule log and give out the Yule Tide gifts.

Following on the hugely popular Pagan Freedom Day and countless requests for a Yule day celebration we happy to bring you Yule Festival.

We would like all covens, groves, kindred’s, Temples, pagan organisations to get involved and and offer talks, tell stories, offer workshops and anything ells you can think of.

We would love to have a verity of hand crafted stalls, so if your goods are made by you, you are the stall we are looking for.

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So what is “Cultural heritage (“national heritage” or just “heritage”) is the legacy of physical artifacts (cultural property) and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations. Cultural heritage includes tangible culture (such as buildings, monuments, landscapes, books, works of art, and artifacts), intangible culture (such as folklore, traditions, language, and knowledge), and natural heritage (including culturally significant landscapes, and biodiversity). The deliberate act of keeping cultural heritage from the present for the future is known as Preservation (American English) or Conservation (British English), though these terms may have more specific or technical meaning in the same contexts in the other dialect. Cultural heritage is unique and irreplaceable, which places the responsibility of preservation on the current generation. Smaller objects such as artworks and other cultural masterpieces are collected in museums and art galleries. Grass roots organizations and political groups, such as the international body UNESCO, have been successful at gaining the necessary support to preserve the heritage of many nations for the future.” what is it that you have that has been passed on to you and what have you got that you will be passing onto your children?

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we are really excited to bring you this event.

This event will be launching in 2019 dew to numerous requests. 

More details to follow!  

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We are looking at having a monthly social gathering. with a drumming circle and educational fun activities for the kids.

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