The Suffolk Witchcraft Training Group publishes a newsletter twice a year in May and November. The newsletter format has recently been updated and is provided free of charge. The newsletter can be recieved electronically via email as a PDF. If you are interested in being added to the email list or in joining the training group, please clink on the 'contact us' link and follow the instructions.
Available February 2012. This edition includes the dates and topics of this year's training. It also include as brief account of what Initiatory Craft is and why it is wise to be trained in it as well as an articles on Initiatory Witchcraft and the Beetle in the Box and Damiana.
Available August 2011. This edition includes a review of this quarters training. It also includes articles on the 'Burning Times' go up in Flames, Witchcraft and the Brain, The Theory of You Won Wwa, Psychic Self Defence by Alexander the Meercat and Rosemary.
Available May 2011. This edition includes a review of this quarters training. It also includes articles on the Leaping Hare conference, Tips for Starting Out, Wandering through Faerie Land: Metaphors and the Semantic Landscape, A Spring Pathworking and Essential Oils and ASCs.
Available February 2011. This edition includes a review of this quarters training. It also includes articles on an introduction to the Craft, Healing and the Craft, Witchcraft and Self actualisation, the Craft of the Wise?, Ginger and Gardening and Witchcraft.
Avaliable November 2010. This edition includes a review of this quaters training. It includes articles on The medicinal and nutritional uses of Hawthorn, The Advice of Death, A Personal View of God, Responsibility, Free Will and the Craft, Goddess Wanted, What is Magic: Points of Discussion, and an Autumn Poem.
Available August 2010. This edition includes a review of this quarters training. It includes articles on the medicinal and nutritional uses of nettles, spirituality a personal view, elderflower champagne, reality, pond craft, some tips on how to do ritual in witchcraft, dowsing and a poem entitled 'I am the wheel'.