Category: News

Magical Leaves

rachel patterson, leaves, into the wilds

If a leaf is big enough it can be used to write wishes and petitions on that can be sent away on the winds, buried in the earth, dropped into running water or burnt in the fire.


Stand Proud the Female Bard!

NSFW warning!

 

Songs about faeries are fine, they bring cheer to the soul, but the skill of the ancient bard lay not only in lifting spirits, but also in damning souls.


Social Media Cleanup!

Here at Wyldwood we have been operating two of every kind of social media, one for Wyldwood and one for Wyldwood Radio. Recently Team Wyldwood made the decision to clean up our social media presence.

We had also received some negative feedback about the amount of crossposting that was happening between our Facebook and Twitter accounts……


Wyldwood Partners with Moon Books


Interview with: Hendrika van As – Pagan Pride UK: Anglia

Logo for Pagan Pride UK: Anglia

Pagan Pride is……


Wyldcast!

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Wyldcast! is coming…
…but what is……


Announcing The Wyldwood Eisteddfod and the new Chief Bard of the Wyldwood!

Happy Lughnassadh!

On this special day we have not one, but two special announcements!

Lughnassadh is traditionally a time of harvest where we take stock of the things we began earlier in the year. It is also traditionally a time of games, competition and marriages (handfastings).

Today we would like to officially welcome the Chief Bard of the……


Wyldwood Radio Interviews and Reviews Being Added

The Wyldwood Radio logo with a forest background

We have begun adding old interviews and reviews from Wyldwood Radio and the old e-zine Wyldspirit to our site today. We are also adding in artist features and articles from across five of the seven years that Wyldwood Radio has been active. Sadly we have lost access to most of the material from before 2013……


UK summer heatwave reveals previously undiscovered ancient monuments.

Are you enjoying the beautiful Summer weather in the UK? While it might mean that our lawns are parched and yellow (don’t worry, they’ll be back with the first lot of rain!) The dry spell has revealed some previously undiscovered ancient monuments across Britain and Ireland, many of which are truly significant finds.

Who knows what……


Wyldwood Radio Announcement

A mighty oak, once gathered around by Druids, famed for the mistletoe in its high branches, falls in the forest. Over time his limbs, trunk and roots decay. Within the trunk woodlice, grubs and beetles eat away the old, becoming food themselves for woodpeckers, flycatchers, firecrests and doormice. Outward the bark becomes covered in mushrooms,……