These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Reputed to be the largest free one-day agricultural show in Europe. Ever growing the 2012 show will comprise Horse and Show Jumping, a Livestock section, the Classic Vintage and Steam field, the Cheese cider and eggs tent and the fodder and fleece section which will this year include demonstrations from the Glastonbury Spinners. Full details Read more …
The highlight for us is always the Sheep & Alpaca Run, where sheep are herded down Glastonbury High Street and anything can happen along the way! The ‘Run’ opens the festival at 10.00am on Saturday 18th.
Valerye is inviting those who feel they have incarnated upon Earth to fulfil a mission to aid humanity through this critical time of rebirthing into a higher octave of light
Relaxing Mini Treatments: Aromatherapy Massage, Swedish Massage, Reflexology, Facials and Healing and lots more. FREE ENTRY.
Don’t miss Knight’s Combat, medieval demonstrations and children’s activities at the Medieval Activity Day.
Children’s Day is a free event for children and families.
Wearing yellow and gold for Ker’s abundance
Days of fun for children, the Children’s Festival is held on behalf of Children’s World Charity in August.
The Goddess Conference is open to women, men and young people who love the Goddess. This year it will be celebrating the Great Mother at Lammas. In 2012 Conference colours are those of the golden grain ripening in the fields, of honey from Her beehives – gold, yellow, cream, honey, amber, a sprinkling of red poppy. Read more …
On Sunday 8th July 2012, the Roman Catholic pilgrimage comes to the Abbey. 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. On return to the Abbey, Mass Read more …