We are a small, friendly, Gardnerian coven. We practice inclusive Whitecroft Gardnerian Wicca. We are also interested in folk magic and working with the landscape.
Yvonne ran a coven in Bristol, England from 2003 to 2011. Yvonne and Bob ran a coven together in Oxford from 2015 to 2018. We moved from England to Canada in 2018.
We welcome LGBTQ2SIA people, disabled people, BIPOC, and inclusive people. We strive to create a safe, welcoming, magical, and inclusive environment.
We abide by these training guidelines and expectations. We treat each other with respect and encourage participants to grow and develop as witches.
- inclusive Wicca – all about inclusive Wicca; resources for inclusive Wiccans
- Gardnerian Wicca – an unofficial and informative website
- Books by Yvonne Aburrow
- Dowsing for Divinity – Yvonne’s blog
- Birdberry Books – Yvonne’s Instagram
- LumiereCdn – Bob’s Youtube channel
- Yvonne’s Youtube channel
In Cambridge, we are on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, and the Attawandaron. We gratefully acknowledge the continuing stewardship of the land by the First Nations, and offer our respect and solidarity.
There are three rivers where we live: the Grand River, the Eramosa, and the Speed. The Kanienʼkéha (Mohawk) name for the Grand River, O:se Kenhionhata:tie, means “Willow River”. Many believe the name of the Eramosa river is derived from the Mississauga word um-ne-mo-sah, meaning “dead dog.” The Indigenous name of the Speed seems to be lost.
All acts of love and pleasure are My rituals.Doreen Valiente, The Charge of the Goddess
That moment of lightning striking the primeval sea to create the first living organism is what I see when the athamé touches the wine.Lynna Landstreet
The glorious diversity of the human body, the glorious diversity of life journeys and intersecting identities, is to be enjoyed and celebrated.Yvonne Aburrow