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But the petition gained just 426 signatories and the campaign’s momentum gradually slowed.
Under the shadow of Exeter Castle, a sea of besom brooms and black hats stretched as far as the eye can see. The three were killed just as the 17th-century witch-hunts came to an end in England, making theirs some of the last official public hangings in England. This weekend more than 300 witches and other supporters gathered to draw attention to the plight of the Devonshire trio and campaign for a posthumous pardon.
The so-called Bideford witches – Temperance Lloyd, Mary Trembles and Susannah Edwards – were accused by their neighbours of casting spells, and sentenced to death.
“It would prove that humanity could change for the better.”Throughout the day, the green patches of Rougemont Gardens near the castle were dotted with black-clad attendees of all ages.
Rebecca Hanson, 34, from Instow, North Devon, came with her son and described herself as a follower of “Wiccan principles”.“Misogyny is still a massive part of our culture,” she told But the tea party was not just about local history.
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