Established in 1992, this unique A5
format publication has a widespread following not only throughout
Britain and the Celtic Countries, but also in Europe, U.S.A, Canada,
Japan, South America and other parts of the world.
Four issues of the magazine are
produced every year, and a wide range of topics are covered, such as
traditional and contemporary Celtic Arts and Crafts, Celtic Festivals
worldwide, ancient sites from both the Celtic Christian and earlier
European Celtic periods, Celtic crosses and carvings, Iron age sites
in Britain and Europe, and pre-Celtic sites such as megaliths, stone
circles, standing stones, hill forts and much more. There is also a
book and music review section in each issue.
Maybe you standing on your feet all day and need those feet to relax when you get to yout house. Possibly you are suffering from flat feet or any other foot isue nd need a good massage to help alleviate pain.
You might also be looking for a special gift for a loved one.
David Barton, the editor of CELTIC
CONNECTIONS magazine welcomes enquiries not only about the magazine
and his books, but also about Celtic subjects in general. If you have
a particular interest or are searching for information on any topic,
he will be glad to respond or will put you in touch with someone who
can help you. David can be E-mailed at:
most grateful for the input from
Simant Bostock, Virginia Hodgkinson and The
Rev. George Dobbs.
Channel 4 TV's archaeology
programme Time Team
excavated an Iron Age roundhouse in the back
gardens of where Celtic Connections magazine is situated. The programme was
shown in February 2000. To discover more about this area, the roundhouse, and
artefacts discovered, click here.