About

The Catuvellauni Grove is an open, welcoming and friendly Druid Grove that meets up to celebrate all the rituals of the Celtic Wheel.

We hold ceremonies at significant, special and sacred sites which were places of worship to our ancestors. These sites include Camlet Moat in Trent Park, the Catuvellauni Palace site at Wheathampstead, Sharpenhoe Clappers, Barton Springs and Warden Hill in Luton.

Catuvellauni Grove Lughnasadh Celebration Warden Hill August 2014

Catuvellauni Grove Lughnasadh Celebration Warden Hill August 2014

All our ceremonies are open and family friendly and anyone following or interested in the Druid tradition is most welcome to come along.

Music, song, drumming, story, poetry and dance all play an integral part in our rituals as we commune with the ancestors and spirits of the place and commit to protecting the local environment.

Grove Celebrations Hooping at Warden Hill

Grove Celebrations Hooping at Warden Hill

We celebrate each ceremony with a vegan/vegetarian feast and use a talking stick to share our experiences.

As well as ceremonies, Druids fron the Catuvellauni Grove perform Rites of Passage, Naming, Handfasting, Bardic and Wisdom ceremonies and Welcoming to the Otherworld.

The Grove was born in June 2004 at a workshop day and ritual at the ancient Catuvellauni Palace site in Wheathampstead.
Our organisers are  Neill Sankey, David Lintonbon and Dorothy Turner.
We celebrate the 8 festivals of the Celtic Wheel at sites around Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and North London.
The Grove is part of The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD) and The Druid Network.

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