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Celebrated on:- 1st August

Pronounced: - Lam-mahs.

This celebration is mailnly to honour the celtic God Lugh. This festival is sometimes called lugh after him. This is the first feast of the three harvest sabbats. This sabbat gives thanks to Spirit for the abundance of the earth. Witches usually place food from the land or the sea on their altar and set up a large dining table near the ritual site. Unlike most sabbat celebrations Lammas usually becomes an all-day event with games, picnics and general chatter. Altar decorations include ribbons flowers etc. Bread baking can also be apart of the celebrations.