Britain recognized Druidry, an ancient belief that worships deities that take different forms in nature, as a religion for the first time and gave it charitable status on Saturday.
Coincidentally Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the head of the Anglican Church, has been reported to have joined a Druid group. This group of “white druids” is reported to be a ceremonial association rather than a pagan sect. BBC, 2002 - When a druid isn’t a druid
Dr Rowan Williams, the next Archbishop of Canterbury, has joined the Gorsedd of the Bards at the National Eisteddfod. He has been criticised for dabbling in paganism. But it’s not quite like that.
Will Druidry become a major force in the British religious establishment?