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Rutland Boughton – Glastonbury Festival Anniversary Commemoration

Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st August - Assembly Rooms
2014 is the 100th anniversary of the first Glastonbury Festivals established by English composer Rutland Boughton. A weekend mini-festival with presentations on three English composers who were associated with their beginnings in 1914, plus a song and chamber music recital. website

Market Place Webcam

Now streaming live from the top of the Town Hall. See what is happenning from the Market Place webcam

Glastonbury 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 website
Find a listing of local cafes & restaurants here
Find a listing of local shops here

Glastonbury Reception Centre

Offering support and information to visitors, pilgrims and residents. Glastonbury Pilgrim Reception Centre provides information and support on all the specialised areas found in Glastonbury. These areas include healers, therapists, sacred places, faiths, spiritual practices and spiritual crisis support. We can also help you plan your visit before you arrive. Open to people from all beliefs and paths. website

Mendip Online

Mendip Online An online guide to the countryside and attractions in the Mendip area with links to local websites in our towns & villages.
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Glastonbury and Patmos - Twinned in Perpetuity

Patmos and Glastonbury are world famous and are said to share the distinction of the presence of men, in St Joseph and St John, who knew the living Christ. These men took with them the same message that Christ had taught from those earliest times; the Christianity that Joseph knew and brought to our Britain was the same that John took to Patmos. For more information visit the website

Glastonbury Twinned with Lalibela

Lalibela, the twelfth-century capital of Ethiopia, lies at 2,600 metres in the Ethiopian highlands with surrounding peaks of nearly 4,000 metres. It is probably the most famous tourist site and most popular pilgrimage centre in Ethiopia with its clusters of twelfth-century rock-hewn underground churches.
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