Latest happenings at Pilgrims B&B and in Glastonbury
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Saturday 29th November at 3.30 marked the first performance of the Avalon Anthem, performed on the Frost Fayre at the Market Cross by the Avalonian Free State Choir together with the Glastonbury community.
This was the warmest and brightest Frost Fayre we can remember. But judging by the number of visitors, it was certainly the busiest. The Frost Fayre also marked the first performance of the ‘Avalon Anthem’. More about that ….
Saturday 29th November at the Glastonbury Frost Fayre will see the first rendition of the new Avalon Anthem. It will be sung at the Market Cross at 3.30pm by the Avalonian Free State Choir. If you can be there then please do, and you are invited to bring a candle lantern to add to Read more …
Our photo memories of the fantastic 2014 Carnival: Read more …
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Andrew Kerr, co-organiser of the Glastonbury Festival for many years, passed over today. It is 44 years to the day that he moved on site at Worthy Farm to begin organising the 1971 free festival ‘Glastonbury Fair’ together with Arabella Churchill and Michael Eavis. – the true origin of the Glastonbury Festival we still love today.
There is much that could be said of this incredible achievement amonst his many others but better to hear it in his own words in his autobiography Intolerably Hip: The memoirs of Andrew Kerr. More important is to note from his achievements that we can achieve anything and everything if we work together with the right intention and motives.
Farewell to one of my personal heroes – a true Avalonian.
Yesterday, on Sunday 21st september 2014 we saw the largest mobilisation on climate change in history. Read the letter from Avaaz on what we achieved.
Archaeologists have unveiled the most detailed map ever produced of the earth beneath Stonehenge and its surrounds. This is being aired in a 2-part BBC documentary Operation Stonehenge: What Lies Beneath with the first part being shown on BBC2 Thursday 11th September 8pm.
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.