These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
This year the conference celebrates the Goddess of Water, in Avalon the Goddess of Water is known as the Lady of the Lake, Lady of the Holy Springs and Wells, and Lady of the Mists that surround the Isle of Avalon. Participate in a programme full of adorations and songs of praise, with opportunities to participate in Sacred Ceremonies, listen to presentations, participate in music, song, poetry and dance the night away at the Sunday evening Goddess Gala Buffet and Masque.
This one-day symposium will focus on the archaeological analysis of the excavation archive from 1908 to 1979
Annual agricultural show close to Glastonbury with events, entertainment and education for all the family.
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’.