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Glastonbury Goddess Temple

The permanent Temple space in the Courtyard of the Glastonbury Experience, is open to the public, 365 days of the year.
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In 2000, The Glastonbury Goddess Temple was created, first as a pop-up Temple in various locations around Glastonbury.

The Temple was opened at Imbolc 2002 for the worship of the Goddess in many forms. On the 18th June 2003, The Glastonbury Goddess Temple was formally recognised as a place of worship.

The permanent Temple space in the Courtyard of the Glastonbury Experience, is open to the public, from 12-4 pm, 365 days of the year. The Goddess Temple is a space for prayer, meditation, celebration and worship of Goddess. It is a place where in the 21st century Goddess-loving people from all over Britain and the world can find and meet each other, have conversations, make connections, celebrate together and share their love for Goddess

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