Green Glastonbury
 


Avalon Permaculture
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This is a permaculture smallholding with wonderful views across the Vale of Avalon. We have been developing it since October 1998 to serve as a teaching centre for many aspects of sustainable living.


Bridies Yard Organic Food Co-op
Bridie's Yard Organic Food Co-op, Northover Buildings, Beckery Old Road, Glastonbury, BA6 9NY
01458 830577
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We are a not-for-profit, Glastonbury based local organic food co-operative run by a team of volunteers. Our mission is to provide affordable organic food for everyone. You can get together with friends and bulk order basic foods, or browse the latest food catalogue for your own favourite foods that you would like us to stock. We are open to selling a local surplus of organic veg if you grow your own, and seasonal foods such as cordials, jams and treats.


Brook Farm
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Caroline Barry's straw bale house. Built, rebuilt, burned to the ground and rebuilt again. Now a venue for courses and events focussing on sustainable living.


Ecos Trust
Somerset Trust for Sustainable Development
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Our Mission - to make sustainable building the norm by 2010


Glastonbury Farmers' Market
The 4th Saturday of every month in St John's carpark
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Take a trip to one of the Somerset Farmers' Markets where you can buy fresh, nutritious, good quality food direct from the person who actually produced it. All the food on sale is either grown or produced locally, so as well as buying something delicious you'll also be supporting the local community and economy.


Healing Gardens
01458 834721
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Healing Gardens Community Project is available for people to participate in on joining the Association. Visitors are also welcome. The gardens are situated on a beautiful southfacing slope overlooking the Somerset Levels and in line with the 3 sacred sites of the Tor, Chalice Hill and Wearyhall Hill, on the edge of Glastonbury. The gardens are a diverse project comprising organic vegetable gardens, an orchard, a spring and also a site for special events.We are in the process of developing a wildlife corner, childrens garden and a chicken coop. If you would like more information, or to join the Association contact Juliet on 01458 834721 or email.


Patrick Whitefield Associates
Permaculture Courses
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We specialise in high-quality permaculture education. We offer a range of different courses at a variety of venues in England. We hope you’ll find the one that’s just right for you.


Somerset Community Food
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Somerset Community Food, is a grass-roots charity in Somerset which aims to re-connect people with the social, health and environmental effects of growing, buying, preparing and eating local food.


Somerset Local Food Direct
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Delivering the very best tastes of Somerset directly to your door.


Transition Glastonbury
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Transition Glastonbury is a grass roots response to the twin challenges of climate change & peak oil. Transition Glastonbury seeks to engage our whole community in finding and implementing practical alternatives to our fossil-fuelled and energy intense lifestyles. Transition Glastonbury is a broad coalition seeking to work in partnership with individuals, local groups, businesses and our Town Council. Our aim is to re-localise our town, making it vibrant, resilient and truly sustainable.


WoodWorks-Glastonbury, made with love & salvage
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Functional wood art - hand made entirely from reclaimed Glastonbury wood, locally sourced salvaged metals and driftwood from the north Somerset coast. Specializing in personal altars, shrines & memorials & the redesigning of existing furniture for a new lease of life.


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