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Welcome to Myddle Earth

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Welcome to Myddle Earth, the internet home of the Pagan Federation Mid-West and Wales.  This is a community website, so please feel free to contribute to the site by adding/submitting your own articles, poetry, creative writing, artwork, reviews, photography, videos, links etc. Your help in building this site's resources will be greatly appreciated by fellow members. You can add work directly to the site by using its various upload facilities or, alternatively, you can email your contribution(s) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Many of the features on this website will not be apparent until you register/log in to the site (you will need your P.F. number to register). You will then be able to see and read the articles, poetry and photo galleries in full, as well as comment or open discussions on them. Members can also download back issues of Myddle Earth publications.

So, if you are not already a member of the Pagan Federation Mid-West and Wales, what's stopping you? And if you are already a member, please register/log in and share your thoughts with us. It's why we are here...

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