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What is interesting about projects, as they are experienced here, is that they may be started with one particular objective and taken forward by a group that initiates the project. Often, as the project develops, it is seen to have a slightly different purpose to that originally envisaged and over a period of time the true the true long-term sustainable role begins to emerge and it finds its place as an established part of the Centre that is Glastonbury.
 
What is interesting about projects, as they are experienced here, is that they may be started with one particular objective and taken forward by a group that initiates the project. Often, as the project develops, it is seen to have a slightly different purpose to that originally envisaged and over a period of time the true the true long-term sustainable role begins to emerge and it finds its place as an established part of the Centre that is Glastonbury.
  
There are some exciting projects afoot in this town and we hope you will enjoy finding out more about them. Below is a list of the pages that have been set up on this part of the site relevant to projects. Those links that are coloured red have no content, while those in blue have content. 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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There are some exciting projects afoot in this town and we hope you will enjoy finding out more about them. Below is a list of the pages that have been set up on this part of the site relevant to projects. TThe 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>. Please read [[Contributing]] to find out more.
  
 
* Abbey House
 
* Abbey House

Revision as of 13:30, 18 September 2015

A definition of a project can be said to be: An individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim

As well as one-off projects that have achieved a particular aim, within Glastopedia we are including endeavours that have been started and may well have been running for many years, but have not yet reached full long-term sustainability. Ventures that are established and sustainable might be listed here but are also cross-referenced in our Organisations and Centres sections.

What is interesting about projects, as they are experienced here, is that they may be started with one particular objective and taken forward by a group that initiates the project. Often, as the project develops, it is seen to have a slightly different purpose to that originally envisaged and over a period of time the true the true long-term sustainable role begins to emerge and it finds its place as an established part of the Centre that is Glastonbury.

There are some exciting projects afoot in this town and we hope you will enjoy finding out more about them. Below is a list of the pages that have been set up on this part of the site relevant to projects. TThe 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. Please read Contributing to find out more.

  • Abbey House
  • Avalon Anthem
  • Avalon Flame
  • Bride's Mound
  • Bridgid Flame
  • Glaston Centre
  • Glastonbury Foodbank - Bridging the Gap
  • Glastonbury Online
  • Glastonbury Opportunity Shop
  • Glastonbury Therapists’ Forum
  • Glastonbury Unity Candle
  • Glastopedia
  • Healing Gardens
  • Healing Hearts
  • Millennium Trail
  • Peace Flame
  • Red Brick Building
  • St Dunstan’s House
  • Tercentenial Labyrinth
  • The Glaston Group
  • The Glastonbury Peace Pole
  • The Isle of Avalon Foundation
  • The Library of Avalon
  • Transition Glastonbury
  • Unity through Diversity
  • White Spring