Past Local Events

These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.

The Occult Conference: Time of the Gods

A full programme of workshops and lectures including the Hellfire Club, the Isis Revival and Modern Druidry to name just three. Evening entertainments on both Saturday and Sunday. Open full item for links.

PRC Talk ‘Basic Practical Magic – Working with the Four Directions’ with Liz Williams

The second 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​.

Glastonbury PLG ‘Playing in the Field: Luminosities and the Elemental Kingdom’ – with Fiona Ameleh

‘Playing in the Field’ covers a body of Fiona’s work in the exploration and raising of consciousness awareness. Join her for this mind-expanding and heart-opening evening as she shares some of her experiences of the subtler fields of energy that interpenetrate our own with amazingly, captivating photographs.

Indoor Market – Town Hall

Glastonbury PLG ‘The Secret Life of Merlin: From Ancient God to King’s Seer’ – with Hugh Le Prevost

In this evening, writer and researcher Hugh le Prevost, will guide us through this Mythology and will discuss the ancient roots of our land with the questions, Who is Merlin really? What was going on in his Concsiousness? And, How can we apply his Consciousness to our own lives?

Goddess House Open Day

Listen to inspiring talks, take part in mini-workshops and be pampered with taster sessions.

Free talks and taster sessions from 11am and then every 30 minutes throughout the day

Medieval Fayre at Glastonbury Abbey

Jousting, a full battle on each day, hundreds of re-enactors, a great selection of trade stalls & much more

Glastonbury PLG ‘The Revolutionary New Remedies They Don’t Want You To Know About’ – with Clive de Carle

In Clive’s own words, ‘In essence, I study health and wellness while doctors study illness, drugs, radiation and surgery. Doctors do not study health and usually only spend half a day on the vital subject of nutrition. The benefits from vibrant good health are well-known to us all but few realize what the basic rules are and just how simple they are to follow’.

‘Ley Lines, Templars and Destiny Amid our England Landscape’ – A talk by Mark Herbert

Is it possible for soul relationships to be expressed as precise geometrical alignments along etheric pathways over Earth’s surface? Is it also feasible that the same soul associations can be depicted in sacred geometry upon the celestial sphere? What could any of these novel philosophies have to do with Midsummer’s Day, or the Cross of Light or the Knights Templar?

St. Patrick’s Day coffee Morning at Glastonbury Abbey

A special event in the Abbot’s Kitchen marking St. Patrick’s visit to the abbey in the 5th century.