Links

Please note that The Acting Witan Of Mercia does not necessarily agree with the views of the linked organisations (listed in alphabetical order).

Devolve!
– a radical English devolution movement.

Tha Engliscan Gesithas (The English Companions) – a society for all those interested in the history and culture of Anglo-Saxon England, including the language and literature, archaeology, anthropology, architecture, art, religion, mythology, folklore and material culture.

Independent Mercia Facebook Page
– the official Facebook page of the Acting Witan of Mercia.

Mercia Discussion Group
– a Yahoo Groups-hosted discussion group about Mercia.

Population Matters
– increasing awareness of the cost to humanity and members of other species of unsustainable human numbers.

Sovereign Mercia – campaigning for a Sovereign and Pagan Mercia in the Midlands. Restoring the old gods and goddesses to the land, mobilising its youth for the benefit of all, and recreating a Pagan order of Priestesses.

Thegns of Mercia – bringing the Anglo-Saxon and ‘Viking Age’ to life at educational events across the Midlands and beyond.

Transition Towns – a growing movement of self-reliant, self-sufficient cities, towns and villages benefiting from cooperative community to face up to climate change and ‘peak oil’.

The Wessex Constitutional Convention
– an all-party pressure group, in the United Kingdom, devoted to pursuing a degree of self-government for Wessex.

Wessex Regionalist Party
– a political party, in the United Kingdom, aiming for representation for Wessex in the Westminster Parliament.

Wikipedia
– a page on Devolution in this web-based encyclopaedia.       

 


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