Avalon Cauldron Gathering

To all of you who love the Dark Goddess, the Queen of the Otherworld, of Annwn. The Cerridwen Priestesses and Priests invite you to join us for their annual gathering. This year we have decided to create two spectacular days, since we have added another group of beautiful and talented Priestesses to our kindred. We are very excited, join us and enjoy.

When: Saturday / Sunday, May 21/22 2022
Where: Glastonbury, UK – Glastonbury Experience Courtyard Avalon Room (from the Temple go straight through the double doors)




Bee Helygen

Bee Helygen is a Priestess of Avalon and Priestess of Cerridwen. She is a Conference Ceremonialist (2018 & 2019), a Goddess Embodiment, an Oracle Priestess & Seer, a Temple Weaver. She is an Awenydd (Inspirer), a Swynwraig (Wise Woman). She was trained by Kathy Jones as an Emotional Healer and is a Soul Reader & Death Midwife. Bee speaks fluent German, English, some Dutch and Welsh. She lives with her Priest husband of 30 years in the centre of Glastonbury. www.cerridwen.co.uk

Livvy Adams

Livvy Adams

Olivia ‘Livvy’ Adams is a Priestess of Cerridwen. She spent the early part of her life as a front line police officer in the Avon and Somerset Constabulary, working on the now defunct Police women’s Unit which helped women and children in abusive relationships, as victims of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. Having left the police force to bring up her two children, Livvy subsequently retrained as an accountant, and continues to work with clients today. Livvy has a strong interest in holistic health and healing for animals and people, and is currently studying level 3 Counselling with the CPCAB. www.paintedhorse.org.uk     

Paintedhorse is a not for profit organisation with a healing herd of eleven horses and ponies who help people to ReWild back to their authentic self.
Unlearn what you have learnt, and realise what you already know. Develop your self awareness, explore your emotions and energies, improve your communication and connection with yourself and others. Stop ‘doing’ and start ‘being’; be outside in nature, be with the herd, be mindful and connect to your wild self.