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.
Winter Solstice marks the shortest day and the longest night of the year. As nature slows down in winter, the solstice becomes a time for personal reflection, rest and looking forward to the gradual increase in light each day.
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.
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.
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.
Join the dragon procession on the High street and witness the ceremony at Tor Fair Field during the May Day celebrations in Glastonbury.