These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Join Dr Richard Stone, University of Bristol, for his talk ‘Cider’s Golden Age: From Medieval Monasteries to the Scientific Revolution’. Member- free, Non-member – £5
It’s autumn and with the colours changing, use fallen leaves to make leaf crowns. Normal admission applies.
Join Tamara Spring, Abbey Wardrobe volunteer, for some fascinating insights. Member – free, Non-member – £5
The Abbot’s Kitchen will play host to a sumptuous Tudor feast with music and entertainment. Three course meal and a glass of mead included on arrival.
Wessex Research Group host a talk by Paul Weston entitled ’Jose Arguelles and the Harmonic Convergence’ It is 30 years since the Harmonic Convergence, the New Age Woodstock, created by Jose Arguelles, a visionary professor of art history, who had become immersed in the mysteries of the Mayan calendar. Paul will talk about Arguelles life and Read more …
The annual fun-fair returns to continue the 800-year-old tradition of the Tor Fair.
A once a year event giving you the chance to see the stunning Abbey ruins as you’ve never seen them before – spectacularly lit with coloured lights and the Abbey grounds filled with music and entertainments to suit all tastes.
Write in the same way that the monks who lived at the once did, a short lesson in calligraphy and illumination. Normal admission applies.
A King Arthur themed interactive family drama workshop with Kay and Bill Wych, members of Glastonbury Abbey Living History Team. Normal admission applies.
Harvest is on its way – this is your chance to make a corn dolly. Normal admission applies.