The Coven is based in Manchester, UK

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No. You do not need to apply to join our coven to do the workshop, if you wish, you can complete the workshop and continue on your path.

5) What if I find that this course is not for me?

Anyone is free to leave the course at any time if they should so wish but their fees are non returnable due to that course space being non-refillable after the course has started. We do require applicants to have at the very least basic knowledge of the pagan religion and prior reading into the religion before an application for the course will be considered and we ask all applicants to deeply consider the commitment before making the final decision to join the course and our coven.

6) Do we work sky clad?

Any student is perfectly at liberty to do so in the confines of their own homes or in their own solitary practice. All coven sessions and rituals are conducted fully clothed. The High Priest and High Priestess both feel strongly that the weather in this country precludes outdoor work skyclad anyway.

7) Are you Wiccans?

The High Priest and High Priestess are eclectic witches and do not claim to be Wiccan. We have members and accept members from all pantheons and paths and as a Coven we do however, uphold the Wiccan Rede and follow the Threefold Law.

8) How much will it cost?

The Coven is run on a not for profit basis and we try to keep expenses to a minimum. We charge a nominal fee per year to cover course materials and sundries. For further details please contact us

9) How much spare time will I need to do the coven homework and learning outside of session?

The Course will require you to have a reasonable amount of time outside of the sessions in order to complete and pass the course, however we would like to stress the more time you spend on your study the more you will get out of the course.

10) How old do you have to be to join?

All applicants must be 18 or over.