"If Druidry is a spiritual path/heritage of the British Isles, "
well it is but it's also a Celtic spiritual path, there's also a Germanic and Norse thread of spirituality throughout the British Isles too.
Within Uppsala, according to Adam of Bremen, it appeared that Thor took the central position within the temple. This would suggest that there may have been different cults who focussed on the different gods as primary. Much of our written knowledge comes from Iceland and from the wealthier classes - this may indicate that the rich favoured Odinist cults whilst, perhaps, the farming people may have favoured Thor or Freyr as primary with Odin with a secondary role.
You might want to explore the Germanic thread in the library...http://www.druidry.org/board/dhp/viewtopic.php?f=324&t=7676
Most dear is fire to the sons of men,
most sweet the sight of the sun;
good is health if one can but keep it,
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