Wheel of the Year Celebration – Flowering Mayday
1 May 2012 Gardens open 6am Ceremony starts 7:00am
Join us for a traditional Mayday festival
Stay on for our meditation at the well head at 12:00pm FREE ADMISSION to the gardens between 6am & 12pm
Chalice Well is a World Peace Garden. A place of peace and tranquility for those of all faiths and none. These festivals are grounded in common principles; welcome, stillness, silence, reflection, grace, communion, community, relationship, celebration, gratitude and blessing. That people gather together, not in a formalised building or structure of worship, but in a beautiful garden, allows a shared acknowledgement of the sacred and divine that transcends borders and differences.
Avalon Vale Vintage Road Rally
Saturday 2nd of June 2012 at 1.00pm
Venue Town Centre
Any car over 20 years old will be able to take part in the rally, which will see cars on display in the town before driving to Burnham on Sea. Entry forma are available from:
Mrs Stone, 5 Ridgeway Gardens, Glastonbury, BA6 8ER or telephone 01458 831147
Join us for the next UK Megalithomania Conference on 12th – 13th May 2012, with speakers including Michael Cremo (from the US), Robin Heath, Klaus Dona (from Austria), Brien Foerster (from Peru), Bob Trubshaw, John Neal, Meghan Rice, Andrew Gough, Kate Masters, Hugh Newman and more.Plus tours to Dartmoor, Avebury, Stonehenge (private access) and around the sacred landscape of Glastonbury.
31st Glastonbury Road Runs – 6TH May 2012
This year sees the “round the tor” 10k as the official Somerset county road running championship race – with additional awards available to those with a Somerset county qualification, including a new team competition for both men and women.
The Glastonbury Fringe (we’re not calling it a Festival) is an initiative aimed at putting Glastonbury – the Town – back on the map, by bringing local music and arts together under one banner, and telling the world about it. It will be series of independently produced local performances and workshops – music, dance, drama, comedy, poetry, crafts, film and art – drawing people into the “real” Glastonbury and showing what the town has to offer.
31st of July – 5th of August
The Goddess Conference is a Transformational Experience, which takes place over five enthralling days (or nine including Fringe events). Priestesses, Presenters and Participants journey together through Sacred Ceremony, Talks, Workshops, Performances & Sacred Drama, moving more and more deeply into the Heart of the Mysteries of the Great Mother. Together we will explore who She is in our lives, and Her generous gifts of Life, Fertility, Love, Creativity & Abundance.
Here we will be updating you on the best places to visit in the Glastonbury Area. We will also endeavor to keep you up to date with all the latest events!