Christianity in England - Neopaganism

Neopaganism

Further information: Neopaganism in the United Kingdom

Neopaganism in England is dominated by Wicca, founded in England itself, the modern movement of Druidry, and forms of Heathenry, the indigenous religion of the Englishmen. As of 2011 there are 75,281 Pagans in England.

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