These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
4pm – 8pm the Abbey will be open to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday. Entertainment includes a selection of local music, a bar as well as a variety of fun activities. FREE ENTRY
One of Somerset’s largest gatherings of vintage vehicles, Attracting entries from all over the country.
The fourth in a series of workshops designed to explore in some detail exactly why, and how, we do what we do in magical practice. Liz will be looking at the origins of the contemporary magical arts – but also considering whether, why and how they work.
Annual agricultural show close to Glastonbury with events, entertainment and education for all the family. The show includes the British Cheese Awards, The British Cider Championships and a celebration of all things equine!
This evening we will explore what makes us tick – and indeed what helps us to return to our ‘ Divine Mind’, that very likely, we were born with.
We will be unfolding, what is it that took us away from this tranquil wholeness.
Speaking of a variety of ways to help us experience this state of mind.
This will be an evening for everyone, whether you love your voice and sing or speak in ways that you already love, or whether you feel that using your voice is something that you would like to feel more confident in. It is also for those who are simply curious and would like to explore the ways in which we can use our voice to have fun, improve well-being, self-esteem, confidence, and to heal ourselves in a myriad of ways.
Wessex Research Group host a talk by Paul Weston entitled ‘The Michael Line, The Qabalah and the Tarot’
Following the deeply fascinating and melodic evening with The Cathar Temple at Glastonbury Positive Living Group last autumn, here is another wonderful opportunity to relax into the beauty of Cathar artistry, songs and philosophy.
The 2016 Megalithomania Conference is taking place at the Glastonbury Town Hall on 7th – 8th May. Its a two-day event with tours (TBC) on the Friday and Monday. Early-bird tickets available from the web-site.
The third in a series of workshops designed to explore in some detail exactly why, and how, we do what we do in magical practice. Liz will be looking at the origins of the contemporary magical arts – but also considering whether, why and how they work.