These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
This Sunday (10th April) there is a kite flying day at the Tor, organised by the National Trust between 11am and 2pm.
Considering Unexplained Mysteries, Global cover-ups, 2012 Prophecies, UFO’s, Pyramids and the Astrology of Now
Literary Festival held in the beautiful small city of Wells
The annual fun-fair returns to continue the 800-year-old tradition of the Tor Fair.
Days of fun for children, the Children’s Festival is held on behalf of Children’s World Charity in August.
Sat 7th – Madness plus Cockney Rebel Sun 8th – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Since 1996 the Extravaganza has been an annual event staged at Glastonbury Abbey.The beautiful grounds and special atmosphere of Glastonbury Abbey help make this one of the most memorable and successful outdoor events of its type. Gates open at 6pm for picnicking Read more …
This year the conference celebrates the Goddess of Love, recognising Her as Love, Sensuality, Sexuality and Beauty, the Goddess as Lover.
Community Winter Solstice Celebration – Glastonbury Assembly Rooms – Saturday 19th December a night of candlight and acoustic music, songs, stories and poems..entry is by Magic Hat Donation….come and join the community in this celebration of Yule. Yule Family Gathering & Winter Solstice Celebration – White Spring – Sunday 20th December, midday Poetry by Candlelight Read more …
Currently in the second year of a nine-year cycle, the conference honours Britannia’s Wheel of the Year and this year it’s Grainné, the Sunfire Goddess, who’ll be experienced as a fiery young woman, springing forth into life and filled with courage.