These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Wearing yellow and gold for Ker’s abundance
Days of fun for children, the Children’s Festival is held on behalf of Children’s World Charity in August.
The Goddess Conference is open to women, men and young people who love the Goddess. This year it will be celebrating the Great Mother at Lammas. In 2012 Conference colours are those of the golden grain ripening in the fields, of honey from Her beehives – gold, yellow, cream, honey, amber, a sprinkling of red poppy. Read more …
‘Investigating signs of our times’. An annual three-day conference of mysteries, truth and new frontiers. Now in its 22nd year.
On Sunday 8th July 2012, the Roman Catholic pilgrimage comes to the Abbey. A procession is made around the Abbey grounds, then out into the High Street and back to the Abbey via the main entrance, in Magdalene Street. Bishops and visiting dignitaries lead the singing pilgrims in procession. On return to the Abbey, Mass Read more …
The friendliest folk festival in England, held high on the magnificent Mendip Hills in sunny Somerset.
Full day musical events in the Glastonbury Abbey Grounds.
Following on from his August 2011 talk, Yuri takes a deeper look into the mystery that Katharine Maltwood referred to as the British Secret Tradition.
This is more than a film.
This is a visual and audio pilgrimage/initiation into mystery… your voyage awaits.
Glastonbury Fringe will be series of independently produced local performances and workshops – music, dance, drama, comedy, poetry, crafts, film and art spread throughout the town during the period 21st June – 1st July.