|900 - 2,000 (estimate 2013)|
|Regions with significant populations|
|United Kingdom of Wessex and Cornwall||900 - 2,000|
|English, Wessen Language|
|Druidism, Paganism, Atheism|
|Related ethnic groups|
Most Neo Saxon's are centred around the Somerset town of Glastonbury, or Stonehenge in Wiltshire. There are estimated to be between 500 and 2,000 Neo Saxons in Wessex and Cornwall as of 2013. It is recognised as a minority culture in Wessex and Cornwall.
Most Neo Saxons are Pagans, which revolves heavily around nature, however some adhere to Lasped Christianity or Atheism. Neo Saxon's beliefs and society is heavily influenced by Paganism, with the major locations being Glastonbury and Stonehenge, which are major population centres for Pagans. Not all Pagans adhere to the Neo Saxon culture.
One of the most well known Neo Saxon artists is June, a singer from Glastonbury, often singing in the Wessen Language. June's songs often contain messages to do with the Pagan faith and Neo Saxon beliefs, whilst bleding traditional music with modern electronic sounds.
The ancient stonehenge is a popular location for Neo Saxons, due to its significance with the Pagan faith. THe Neo Saxon settlement known as Neorxenawang, meaning 'Paradise' is located close to Stonehenge. Glastonbury also holds a major popualtion of Neo Saxons, along with other New Age and Pagan communities.