Mabon 2012

Mabon at Thornborugh 2012

Celebrating the Autumn Equinox

Saturday 22nd September

(with camping on Friday and Saturday nights)

at Thornborough Henge

near Ripon in North Yorkshire

Admission FREE - Everyone Welcome!

(camping paid by voluntary donation with a suggested minimum of £3 per adult per night)

Get directions to Thornborough Henge
Find out about camping arrangements

In the heart of The Old North of England the festival of Mabon will be celebrating the Autumn Equinox at the mysterious 5000 year old monument of Thornborough Henge.

Find out more about the history of Mabon

Suitable for people of all ages!

Itinerary:
Workshops, talks, music and kid's activities from 10am on Saturday. Main ritual starts at 4pm.

Stallholders:
We regret to announce that owing to high demand there are no further spaces available for stalls at Mabon at Thornborough 2012.

Thank you for your support.

'The Broom Blooms Bonny' Aengus Óg (Mabon) version.
Performed live at Thornborough Henge 2010.
The 21st of September 2012 marks the 75th Anniversary of the publication of The Hobbit, the book by J R R Tolkien that first introduced the magical world
of Middle-Earth. We therefore invite all Hobbits, Elves, Friendly Trolls, Wizards, Orcs, Giants and Dwarves to join us for Mabon at Thornborough 2012! Mabon at Thornborough and The Hobbit
Celebrate Autumn Equinox at Thornborough Henge - Saturday 22nd September 2012