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Glastonbury offers a wide variety of events that fall into three broad categories:
 
Glastonbury offers a wide variety of events that fall into three broad categories:
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* Annual events - there are a number of firmly established regular events, including the Goddess Conference and the Glastonbury Crop Symposium
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* Annual events - there are a number of firmly established regular events, including the [[Goddess Conference]] and the [[Glastonbury Crop Symposium]]
  
*  Regular events - there are a number of regular weekly and bi-weekly events including those given by the Positive Living Group and the  Glaston Centre School School of Learning  
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*  Regular events - there are a number of regular weekly and bi-weekly events including those given by such as the [[Positive Living Group]] and the  [[Glaston Centre School School of Learning]].
  
 
* Occasional events – on most days and evenings in the town are one-off events covering a wide range of activities and areas of interest.
 
* Occasional events – on most days and evenings in the town are one-off events covering a wide range of activities and areas of interest.
  
* [[Glastonbury Online]]  
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[[Glastonbury Online]] and [[The Glastonbury Oracle]] provide information on What's On in the community.  
* [[The Glastonbury Oracle]] -  both in printed form and on line.
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Below we list established events and one-off events that have contributed to the Glastonbury culture. The links that are coloured <span style="color:#000080">blue</span> have a page (complete with content) associated with them, while the links that do not yet have a page connected with them are coloured <span style="color:#ff0000">red</span>.   
 
Below we list established events and one-off events that have contributed to the Glastonbury culture. The links that are coloured <span style="color:#000080">blue</span> have a page (complete with content) associated with them, while the links that do not yet have a page connected with them are coloured <span style="color:#ff0000">red</span>.   
Where there is no content, or links, you are invited to contribute copy for this site. Please read [[Contributing]] to find out more.
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Where there is no content, or links, you are invited to contribute copy for this site. <br />
 
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* [[Anglican Pilgrimage]]
 
* [[Anglican Pilgrimage]]
 
* [[Catholic Pilgrimage]]
 
* [[Catholic Pilgrimage]]
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* [[Community Beltane Celebrations]]
 
* [[Crop Circle Symposium]]
 
* [[Crop Circle Symposium]]
 
* [[Glastonbury 2012 – A Celebration of Harmony and Healing]]
 
* [[Glastonbury 2012 – A Celebration of Harmony and Healing]]
 
* [[Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts]]
 
* [[Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts]]
 
* [[Glastonbury Frost Fayre]]
 
* [[Glastonbury Frost Fayre]]
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* [[Glastonbury Goddess Conference]]
 
* [[Glastonbury Thorn Community Day]]
 
* [[Glastonbury Thorn Community Day]]
* [[Goddess Conference]]
 
 
* [[Imbolc Procession to Bride's Mound]]
 
* [[Imbolc Procession to Bride's Mound]]
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* [[Megalithomania]]
 
* [[The Glastonbury Academic Symposium]]
 
* [[The Glastonbury Academic Symposium]]
* [[The Glastonbury Fringe Festival]]
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* [[The Glastonbury Fringe]]
 
* [[Walk for Harmony]]
 
* [[Walk for Harmony]]
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Latest revision as of 12:03, 23 September 2015

Glastonbury offers a wide variety of events that fall into three broad categories:

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  • Occasional events – on most days and evenings in the town are one-off events covering a wide range of activities and areas of interest.

Glastonbury Online and The Glastonbury Oracle provide information on What's On in the community.

Below we list established events and one-off events that have contributed to the Glastonbury culture. The links that are coloured blue have a page (complete with content) associated with them, while the links that do not yet have a page connected with them are coloured red. Where there is no content, or links, you are invited to contribute copy for this site.
Please read Contributing to find out more.



External Links
Glastonbury Online,
The Glastonbury Oracle Online