World Dragon Day

World Dragon Day

Saturday 5th October 2019


Many groups and individuals around the world are already involved, and more people are being reached every day. Everyone can join in by celebrating the Dragons in their own way, and there is a wide range of events on the day, including a worldwide meditation wave…


Lots more information is available on the World Dragon Day website with details about events in different countries: http://worlddragonday.org/

































World Dragon Day Celebration 2019

Saturday Oct 5th~ The Gower in Wales 2 - 4pm

~A Free Event~


This year, it is our honour to be holding an Open Circle on the beach at Port Eynon, right at the end of the Gower Peninsula, near Swansea.

It is on the little Bay next to the Salt House where we will gather to celebrate and honour the Dragons. All are welcome!

Dress for all weathers and bring any instruments, stories, poems, artwork, songs, chants along to share!

If any of you would like to arrive early and help create a pattern using pebbles and shells as our centre for the Circle, please join us when you can.

We are so looking forward to Celebrating with you and all the Dragons in Wales, hope to see you there!


There is a campsite and Youth hostel in Port Eynon, for details please look at the further information below.

Directions to the beach and site of the Celebrations

Port Eynon is at the very end of the Gower Peninsula, near Swansea in Wales.

There is a car park by the beach with public toilets. Bring cash for parking as the chip and pin doesn’t work...

The campsite is Skysea, website:  https://www.porteynon.com/find-us.asp

Phone 01792 390 795   Postcode: SA3 1NN

The Youth Hostel is right on the beach and is the old Lifeboat station, postcode SA3 1NN

To get a Map of the Gower, click here: https://www.booking.com/hotel/gb/yha-port-eynon.en-gb.html#availability

 

Directions to the bay from the car park:

To the right of the Pay and Display machine there is a lane. Walk down this lane, through a kissing-gate and right through the campsite until you reach the ruins of the Salt House, take the path on your right to reach the little bay, someone will be there to greet you.

If it’s low tide you can walk along Port Eynon beach to the Salt House then on to the little bay.

 





 

Celebrate World Dragon Day 2019 in Avebury, England

Saturday October 5th


World Dragon Day 2019 is going to be celebrated around the world - and we aim to hold an event once again in Avebury in Wiltshire. Since 2016, we have held a free event on this special day in the ancient Stone Circle, where we gather to celebrate Dragons and Dragon Energy. This year, we’ll assemble opposite the Red Lion pub at 1.30 pm for a ceremony amongst the ancient stones from 2.00 pm onward. Please feel free to bring drums or instruments!


Over the last few years, we've had lots of people of all ages, quite a few chidren (and some dogs!) and lots of Dragons... Bring all your family and friends to join in the fun in the open circle. You can share a poem, song or piece of music with us too! Any chants you know, we can sing together as we set up the Circle.


The circle will last until about 4.00pm. (The address for satnav is High St, Marlborough, Avebury SN8 1RF) We’ll be collaborating with the Dragons of Avebury, the Ancients of the Stones, and hopefully, you too!

If you like, you can bring along food to share - or there are places to eat, drink and be merry in Avebury...


Any questions or suggestions? Contact Marc at oneheartweb@hotmail.com or phone (landline) 01792 875503


Get to know the organisers of events around the world - Find out more and meet more people who love Dragons:

Website:  http://worlddragonday.org/