At West Lexham we honour the Pagan tradition of marking the Celtic eight-fold wheel of the year with a celebration. The Celtic wheel celebrates significant seasonal points, allowing us to step out of our routine and re-balance ourselves in alignment with the timings of the natural world.

We will hold seasonal workshops, feasts and fire ceremonies, dancing, playing and merriment – all gently and expertly guided to aid us in relaxing resetting and re-energising.

Lughnasadh /Lammas First Harvest - Festival of Light - Sunday 1st August 2021

Join us and revel in the dizzying, honeyed heights of summer. Here we embrace the energy of the Sun as we celebrate the first Harvest Festival of the Celtic Calendar.

Alban Elfed - Autumn Equinox Harvest Late Harvest - Wednesday 22nd September 2021

Alban Elfed or Autumn Equinox is a time for balance and gratitude as we celebrate the fulfilment of the summer. Join us as we celebrate the rich mellow gifts which Mother Earth generously gives us at this time of year.

Samhain Celebration of the Ancestors Sunday 31st October 2021

Samhain is the word for November in Gaeilge (Irish) and is thought to be derived from ‘sam-fuin’, meaning end of summer. During this time we have a chance to honour and remember our ancestors.

ALBAN ARTHAN Alban Arthan - the light of Arthur - Death and Rebirth - Wednesday 22nd December 2021

It’s said by some that this festival is named after King Arthur Pendragon and others after the Constellation of the Great Bear which resides overhead during this festival.


Flying Pig Café | Unique and magical glamping | New event spaces | Group accommodation | Wild swimming | Kitchen Garden | New Reference Library (coming soon) | Sanctuary Garden | Lakeside walks | Chalk Stream | Abundance of wildlife | Naturally filtered swimming pool and much much more …

You can only truly understand the magic once you have immersed yourself in West Lexham.