Pagan day of pride in Plymouth park
THE sun came out once again for this year's Pagan Pride Day, which was enjoyed by hundreds of people at a city park.
The third annual event was held at Freedom Fields and played host to adult and children workshops about the ancient earth-based religion, as well as bouncy castles and live music.
Organiser Christopher Sutton said: "The day helps raise awareness and understanding of the Pagan community and brings the local community together. Each time we hold the day it gets bigger and better. It's a nice day, a chance for people to meet their neighbours."
The event also collected around 30 kilos of food for the Plymouth Foodbank.
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