Stacy Keast – who is your power animal

Sunday 6th May  at 4pm 

Stacy Keast – Who is your power animal? 

Come and spend some time in the shamanic vibration learning how to journey through the shamanic cosmos and meet your power animals and shamanic guides.

We will journey  down into the lower world (healing world) to meet the power animals that have been by your side since birth . You will learn who they are and how you can connect with them on a daily basis to enrich your personal life  with guidance and knowledge from these guides.

To find out more about Stacy please go to

Faeries Understand Cosmic Knowledge

Faeries Understand Cosmic Knowledge @ Spirit of the Marsh 2018

Faeries Understand Cosmic Knowledge were started at The Three Crane jam night and is a somewhat eclectic project with a rather unusual sound. Influenced by bands such as Hawkwind, Tangerine Dream, PFRP, Fear Factory, Aurora and Captain Roswell, to name but a few, we use synths, bass guitar and ethereal guitar sounds to produce a trance style dance beat.

While certainly there are a few festival bands creating similar music we are in no way mainstream and are constantly experimenting with our sound. We may use sample and backing tracks for part of our live sound while at other times relying on a full scale epic jam.

Faeries Understand Cosmic Knowledge will be playing on 6/5/2018.



Tales of the Wodewose, a talk by Andy McGrath

We are very pleased to announce a new speaker at Spirit of the Marsh 2018, Tales of the Wodewose, a talk by Andy McGrath.

Andy McGrath, is a Crypto ‘Enthusiast’ with over 25 years of research and obsession about the unknown creatures living right under our noses here on this tiny island in the North Atlantic.

From a wildlife point of view, the accepted fauna of The British Isles were discovered and catalogued in their finite and immoveable state in the 19th century. Nothing has really been added to this list or considered worthy since and the continual reports of Water Monsters, Bigfoot, Mystery Big Cats and UFC’s (Unidentified Flying Cryptids) are largely ignored or used as newspaper fillers to entertain us.
Andy’s focus is on current research and recent sightings, pictures, videos and eyewitness accounts of the many cryptids of the British Isles.

Although vast advancements in science and technology have brought great discoveries in other lesser known parts of the world, our island lies largely under explored and overlooked. At night, outside of the busy cities and next to the unlit lakes and lonely mountains it is an island in darkness, where nobody ventures into the woods anymore and the pervading paradigm scares all but the most fool hardy scientists away from any serious investigation of the many yet to be discovered – Beasts Of Britain

Author of Beasts of Britain he is also currently working on his own documentary under the same name, as well as being involved in the international groundbreaking documentary ‘Cryptozoologist’ by Matt Ralston and Brad Abrahams; which features some of the world’s most prolific cryptozoologists talking about their research and the reasons behind their passion for the unknown. 

For more information on ‘Beasts of Britain’ go to: Facebook Twitter Blog

The Craft Cavern

The Craft Cavern

We are pleased to announce The Craft Cavern will be standing at Spirit of The Marsh.

The Craft Cavern – “We are 2 local women, Nicky and Julie, very local, Sutton on Sea and Trusthorpe! We sell all kinds of hand made/hand crafted ‘one of a kind’ knitted, crocheted and sewn items, including clothing, throws, cushions and pretty little things. We recycle, upcycle and re-purpose materials and resources wherever possible. We are very happy to take commissions to incorporate colour/size changes. We are also happy to quote on making up patterns you may have.
We are very happy and excited to be at Spirit of the Marsh this year, it’s great to be part of our local Festival which encourages local craftspeople to come along and be involved.
We will be running crochet workshops, covering some of the basics, encouraging everyone to have a go, and everyone joining us will leave with a little piece of crocheted loveliness made by their own fair hands. Times of these workshops will be displayed at our stall. We hope to see you there!”


The Raven Tree


Here at The Raven Tree, we live and breath nature. We love the earth and all the wonderful resources provided all around us. We spend many hours out in the country air, growing, foraging and collecting so that we can provide the best products we possibly can. Everything we offer is either grown, handcrafted or foraged by us and comes from the local environment or our very own garden. As well as being nature based, we also enjoy art and pyrography, so some of our pieces incorporate this love, becoming an original one of a kind gift. We don’t mass produce our products as all are made with our very own hands and we are more than happy to try and meet your own personal requirements, so please do get in touch if you would like to commission something specific.

The Raven Tree will be with us at Spirit of the Marsh but if you can’t wait that long check out facebook or website  –

Kevin Groves – Labyrinths – Sunday 3.00pm


Kevin Groves is a cyber-pagan and solitary practitioner from Kent, who from a young age began to, and still works, almost exclusively with the Egyptian goddess Selket within a Kemetic and Chaos Magic framework as a magician and healer. A regular contributor to Children Of Artemis  events, Second Life and many local pagan projects and groups, his first book ‘A Path Laid Bare’ is available from The Wolfenhowle Press, with his ‘House Of Kiya’ series of booklets on various magical subjects currently in progress for publication.

  • Short Bio: Solitary practitioner of Egyptian, symbolic and Chaos Magic, a healer and a regular contributor to CoA events on the subject of visualisation and astral magic.

At 3.00pm Sunday Kevin will be conducting the talk,  Labyrinths – A practical session of what labyrinths are, how they can be used for meditation, divination and ritual purposes.  For more information check out his website –

Getting to the beach.

Getting To The Beach

There is loads of great stuff to do at Spirit of The Marsh but you will probably want to take a look at the beach, especially if you are bringing your four legged friend.


Getting to the beach is simple from the Spirit of The Marsh site.

Head down the track from the main gate towards the road.

When you get to the main road cross to the other side here. Take crossing care as this road can be quite busy at times (by Lincolnshire standards!)

When you have crossed the road head towards Sutton on Sea (to your right as you cross over). Walk a short way down this road, you will pass Greenfield Stores and Caravan Park on your left and then cross over the side road called Eaton Road.

After crossing Eaton Rd you will pass a bungalow and to your left is a public footpath. Go down here.

Keep walking down the footpath and you will join onto a caravan site roadway (still classed as the public footpath). Keep walking down the roadway following the footpath signs and you will come to the beach.

Please ensure that dogs are kept on leads until you are at the beach, especially whilst on the caravan site. Please ensure that you clear up any doggy poop.

By Car

From the Spirit of the Marsh car park head down the lane to the main road. Here turn left towards Mablethorpe.

Keep on this road, you will pass Jewsons on the right hand side and then get to a sharp left hand bend with Trusville on the right. Here turn right towards Trusville.

Ahead of you is the ramp to the beach, parking is to the left and right (don’t park on the ramp). There is some designated disabled parking here also.  Due to the work being done here parking is limited.

If this parking area is full then head out of the car parking area back to the main road. Turn right here heading to Mablethorpe. Head down this road and you will come to a sharp left hand bend, here turn right. There is some street parking on the left hand side however parking restrictions come into force from May 1st.

Further down this road to the left hand side is a pay and display car park. There is no height barrier here. To get to the beach head back towards the main road and go up the ramp.

Please note that when you get to the top of the ramp with the beach in front of you the beach to the left is a dog free area from the 1st May. The beach to the right towards Sutton is fine.

Have fun.

Directions to Spirit of the Marsh

Directions To Spirit of The Marsh – Spirit of The Marsh 2017­

If you use a sat nav the best postcode to use is LN12 2PT.  If you are coming from the Sutton on Sea direction you will need to travel on a short distance from where your sat nav tells you.

The festival is located on the A52 between Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea.  There will be banners and signs in the immediate area and you will be able to see the festival tents from the road.

From Mablethorpe direction – heading South on A52

From Mablethorpe heading south on the A52 you find signposts for Sutton on Sea, Skegness.  Keep on this road, pass Jewsons on the left hand side.  Keep going along this road, you will pass Seacroft caravan site on the left and the road sweeps round to the left.  Just after this bend the entrance the site is on the right hand side.

From Sutton on Sea direction – heading North on A52

From Sutton on Sea heading north you will find signposts for Mablethorpe.  Passing through Sutton on the A52 you will see the Seafront on your right hand side with a ramp to the beach, carry on down the A52.  Keep going down here and you will find Greenfield Stores and caravan park on the right hand side. Just after here you will see a field on the left hand side and the entrance to the festival.

Weekend Camping Arrivals

Weekend campers can arrive from mid day Friday onwards.  Please bring a print out of your paypal receipt with you. It is important that the flow of traffic on the main road is not disrupted too much.  Please take notice of marshals as if need be there may be a double width flow of traffic into the event along the lane to avoid queuing on the main road.  This is unlikely to happen but please bear it in mind.