These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Now in its second year, the festival looks to be going from success to success. Held at the Tor Rugby Club on Lowerside Lane.
What were the ancients up to? Annual international conference on the mysteries of the megaliths.
Detail of events for the Beltane weekend here.
From 11am to 4pm in Chalice Well House, the Chalice Well Trust are holding a day of silence at which all are welcome.
A simple ritual of releasing and renewal through the waters of Chalice Well. Chalice Well Gardens King Arthur’s Courtyard 12 – 2pm.
It’s a long weekend, fancy some time in Glastonbury? There is lots going on, including:
The famous Glastonbury Pantomime this year presents ‘Jack and the beanstalk’.
A retrospective of some 70 paintings by Paul the Artist at the Blue Cedar Cafe, 44a High Street Glastonbury (roughly opposite St. John’s Church).
Another Glastonbury weekend crammed full of events.
This Sunday (10th April) there is a kite flying day at the Tor, organised by the National Trust between 11am and 2pm.