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Glastonbury Fringe 2015
18th - 24th June
Various Venues throughout the Town
This annual grassroots initiative features a wide range of events all organised and run independently by local venues, promoters and artists. more info
In this section we have tried to collate all the information that may be helpful to visitors to Glastonbury, ranging from how to get here to what to see when you arrive. We have also included some local history and links to the work of local photographers. Visitors Guide
Shops & Cafes
Glastonbury is so much more than the name attached to a festival seven miles away. It is a unique place with quirky shops & cafes. Browse this selection of photos to see what you are missing if you haven't yet visited
Find a listing of local cafes & restaurants
Find a listing of local shops
Glastonbury has many visitors and a wealth of places to stay. Why stay in an anonymous hotel when you could stay in unique & friendly accommodation? Browse our listings of B&Bs & self-catering establishments. Some luxurious, some vegetarian and some offering in-house therapies. Accommodation Listings
Something always seems to be happenning in Glastonbury - conferences, symposiums, gatherings, music, talks, events for children, retreats, exhibitions, demonstrations, courses & classes. Not to mention our annual Carnival in November. What's On
Glastonbury Therapists’ Forum
Glastonbury Therapists’ Forum is a community project aimed at keeping up to date listings of therapists and readers and providing an easy access point for visitors and residents. Glastonbury Therapists Forum
Glastonbury Twinned with Lalibela and Twinned in Perpetuity with Patmos
Lalibela, probably the most most popular pilgrimage centre in Ethiopia.
more info Patmos and Glastonbury are said to share the distinction of the presence of men who knew the living Christ.