These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Rain or Shine is back this summer to present the Robert Louis Stevenson classic, adapted for the stage by James Reynard.
In this its 19th year, the Glastonbury Goddess Conference will be celebrating the Crone Goddess The Cauldron and the Loom. With Fringe events from Saturday 26th – Monday 28th July, conference runs from Tuesday 29th – Sunday 3rd August 2014.
‘Investigating signs of our times’. An annual three-day conference of mysteries, truth and new frontiers. Now in its 24th year.
We are all Earth Angels, magical beings. I will speak about and share the processes that make it live and the mistakes I make and how I am learning from them to be wiser. This is about finding the magic in you, where the magical is a loving gift from within. I really want to Read more …
Having worked in the field of personal/spiritual development for many years as a Workshop Leader, Life Coach and Events Organiser (Founder of Glasto PLG and Big Shiny Events), it was only when Liz brought nutrition into the equation that she started to live a truly ‘HOLISTIC’ life. For Liz, it seems, what she was putting Read more …
Gary & Caroline will talk from their latest book ‘The Spine of Albion’ about their experiences along Britain’s longest Ley Line, the Belinus Line which stretches from the Isle of Wight to the North coast of Scotland.
Relaxing Mini Treatments: Reflexology, Ayurvedic Facial Massage, Thai Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, Facials and Healing and lots more. FREE ENTRY.
A procession is made around the Abbey grounds, then out into the High Street and back to the Abbey via the main entrance, in Magdalene Street. Bishops and visiting dignitaries lead the singing pilgrims in procession.
After a year off to nurse the hangovers and search for even more fantastic beers the Glastonbury Beer Festival Team have regrouped and will be staging the next installment of this extravaganza on the 11th and 12th of July 2014 at the home of Tor Rugby Club in Glastonbury Somerset, The Brian Harbinson Memorial Ground.
The friendliest folk festival in England, held high on the magnificent Mendip Hills in sunny Somerset.