The Witch’s Winter Market is taking place at St Johns Hall in Penzance this weekend (December 15 and 16).

Witches, wizards, pagans of all paths and the curious are invited to browse a diverse range of pagan themed stalls.

There are eight talks and workshops over the weekend delivered by respected practitioners and researchers.

The topics in the spotlight are herbalism, circle dance, totem animals, crystals, Cornwall traditional festivals, Magick, Merlin and tree wisdom.

Sue Edwards of Wytch events, who organises the annual two day event said: “It is a magical pot-pourri of stalls, talks and Oracle readers with added festive surprises.

“The stalls holders at this market have been specially selected to provide pagan items brought to the public by pagan-folk. There will be something to interest both those on the pagan pathway and those who are curious.”

Vegan and vegetarian food will be served throughout the market, which this year is supporting local charities, including Ravenswell and Cornish Wildlife Trust.

The market is on between 10am-4.30pm on Saturday, December 15 and Sunday, December 16.

Tickets on the door cost £2 and include entry to the market and the day’s talks and workshops.

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