These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Led by Simon Small, a series of 8 monthly talks. Talk 1: ‘The way of unknowing’
Each session will consist of a talk, a related experiential practice, followed by opportunity for questions and discussion
PRC talk – ‘Animal, Mineral, Vegetable – how the earth energies manifest themselves to those who have eyes to see’
Dowsing has shown an interesting correlation between some of the Earth Energies and the Animal, Vegetable and Mineral Kingdoms. Sig Lonegren will show you many examples so you can begin to read Nature in new ways, and in effect dowse with your eyes
Glastonbury Town Hall, Admission 50p.
Readers and therapists from around the country, stalls and refreshments.
A once year event at which the Abbey Grounds are illuminated and filled with music to suit all tastes.
Presented by Dreow Bennett & Tim Hall. 7.30pm Glastonbury Town Hall
Chris Bourne facilitates an audience exchange experience covering vital spiritual issues of our time. Rather than simply receiving the ideas of the person presenting, you get to share your feelings too.
This fantastic event now seems to have become an annual occurrence. It is a wonderful bank holiday experience. A wide-range of therapies and workshops are on offer at just £10.00 per half-hour session. Also, and always a big favourite, your chance to make your own wand or staff.
A precious collection of sacred relics of the Buddha and many other Buddhist masters is to be displayed at Chalice Well.
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.