These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
The Red Brick Arts Group will be hosting a launch party to celebrate the opening of the Red Brick Building on Saturday 2nd February 2013 10 am – 11.30pm. Free Entry!
Through her work as a healer, teacher of intuitive development and the energy body, and as a guide to sacred sites around the world, Clare draws on a depth experience in opening the way to our multi-dimensional reality. Expect an evening of inspiration, revelation and profound connection to the Universal Self.
A one day non-residential workshop in Glastonbury with Howard & Elsa Malpas.
This is the day you have always wanted. A day full of magic and wonder. Join Howard & Elsa Malpas as we seek permission to go through the ‘Mists of Avalon’ which have also been called ‘The Lake of Wonder’ to meet and commune with our Faery neighbours.
Come and join in a day of celebration as a new Glastonbury World Thorn is planted together with a Peace Pole.
Astrologer John Wadsworth will talk about the inspiration that can gained from walking a sacred path, recounting tales and poetry from his recent 500 mile pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela
Have you ever wondered why, even when you’re doing your very best at positive thinking and creating, that there seems to be a stream of unwanted scenario’s entering and affecting your life?
Wessex Reserch Group host a talk by Gordon Strong on ‘Madame Blavatsky. Lion of Light’
A Somerset Wassail Evening in the Abbey Barn at Somerset Rural Life Museum
Dr Adam Stout delivers a discussion to Glastonbury Antiquarian Society of new work on the fate and fortunes of Glastonbury Abbey and its estate after the Dissolution.
Caroline Nettle will explain why there is a global health crisis, what you can do to safe guard your health and the health of your family, and why lifestyle choices have never been so important.