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What is Imbolc?

What is Imbolc? Snowdrops are a key symbol of Imbolc

Imbolc, celebrated around February 1st or 2nd marks the halfway point between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. It is a Celtic festival that signifies the early signs of spring and the awakening of the earth from its winter slumber.

Samhain in Glastonbury

Samhain in Glastonbury

Samhain is the end and the beginning of the Celtic New Year, an affirmation of rebirth in the midst of death and darkness, the end and death of the old year, bringing opportunity for renewal and new beginnings.

How to celebrate Autumn Equinox

How to celebrate Autumn Equinox

The Autumn Equinox is a moment of balance and reflection. It invites us to celebrate the harvest, embrace gratitude, and seek equilibrium in our lives.

Summer solstice in Glastonbury

People climbing Glastonbury Tor for Summer Solstice in Glastonbury

Celebrate the Summer Solstice in Glastonbury, a time of transition and renewal. Head to Glastonbury Tor for sunrise and embrace the beautiful flowing symmetry of nature’s cycles.

Is Stonehenge near Glastonbury?

Is Stonehenge near Glastonbury?

The distance between Glastonbury and Stonehenge is about 40 miles as the crow flies and slightly longer by road. Driving time is just over 1 hour via A303.

Somerset Food Festival 15th – 24th July

Here in Glastonbury, we are blessed to have many different events over the course of the year. We have faerie balls and May Day parades, zombie walks and an annual, world-renowned Goddess Conference.

Glastonbury Festival

Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival

Visitors to the Centre are always surprised when they find out that Glastonbury Festival, the
world-famous pop concert in a field which attracts around 210,000 people from all around
the globe, is not actually here in Glastonbury.

Shopping in Glastonbury

Shopping in Glastonbury is a unique experience compared to most other market towns in England. It used to be said that you could buy all the ingredients you needed for a spell, but don’t bother trying to find a pair of socks!

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