These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
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 4th – but this time with the added excitement that they will be driven through the George & Pilgrims coaching entrance as in times past!
Glastonbury Town Hall. Refreshments & Hot food all day. Over 40 enchanting and magical stalls. Free Admission.
A great family day out. Details to be announced but storytelling and apple picking, juicing and drinking of fresh apple juice guaranteed. Normal admission applies – companies free.
If you have pain, discomfort, wounds of body, emotions or mind and are in need of healing, come to our special Goddess Temple Ceremonial Healing Day to receive healing and blessings of the Lady of Avalon from Temple Healers, Priestesses and Melissas.
Discover how you can play your part in helping the Mother Earth and in bringing about a shift in global consciousness – the threshold of a new dawn for humanity.
Glastonbury Assembly Rooms. Free Admission. Free Talks and Presentations. Readers, Mediums, Healers, Therapists, Artwork, Associated Trade Stands, Aura Camera, Crystal Healing, Jewellery, Natural Products, Power Animals & Symbology
This talk explores the world of the mind and magic. Parapsychology is the scientific investigation of the tools of magic, the psychic ability of our minds and the psychology of states of mind conducive to the practice of the psychic arts for healing, clairvoyance, divination, ritual, etc. Parapsychology seems to be uncovering the basic root elements of all religions and beliefs -The Perennial Philosophy.
Tim will be showing how to gently anchor our twelve chakra system, and smooth our pathway during these fast moving times.
Session 1: ‘Glastonbury & Alchemy – The Search for the Red Powder’.
What actually is alchemy? ‘An Alchemical Journey’ is a series of 6 stand alone themed talks that will introduce us to this fascinating subject. In this first talk James begins with the story of John Dee’s scryer Edward Kelley, who claimed to have discovered a mysterious red powder in the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey, through which he later made alchemical gold. What did the monks know of alchemy and what light do the secrets of alchemy shed on the mysteries of Glastonbury itself?
This popular Somerset Art Works Open Studios event will be with us again this autumn from 20th September– 5th October 2014. Over 200 venues, with around 400 participating artists across Somerset will be opening their doors to the general public.