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The Bright World of the Gods: A true faery tale from the mists of Avalon

This is a real faery story …

The Bright World of the Gods was gifted into my Dreamtime by the spirits of the land that inhabit the other dimensions permeating the Vale of Avalon, in Somerset, England. 654 more words

Ordo Ab Chao

Would you welcome new branch?

On 21st September, I had a very unusual experience – I received a telephone call from a building society!  …Perhaps that doesn’t sound too unusual, after all, many of us have received marketing cold-calls from one financial institution or another, asking if we’d like to change account; take out a loan.   388 more words


Our Town – Our Community – Our Plan

The Glastonbury Neighbourhood Plan’s first consultation event happened over two days – Friday 14th October (from 6 pm to 9 pm) and Saturday 15th October (from 9.30 am to 2 pm). 289 more words


Designation of Neighbourhood Plan Area

After several months consulting stakeholders in the community, Mendip District Council have agreed to the ‘Neighbourhood Area’ designated by Glastonbury’s Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group.

The area proposed was that of the Town’s boundary as defined by the four District Council Wards – Glastonbury St. 85 more words


Neighbourhood Plan Website Launched

Glastonbury Town Council has launched a new website to promote engagement with our residents, retailers, and business owners on how our town will continue to develop and grow. 163 more words


Nationwide Comes To Glastonbury!

The Nationwide Building Society announces it is opening a new branch in Glastonbury!

Following the Glastonbury community’s high profile Last Bank Standing Campaign earlier this year, the Nationwide Building Society has spent the last three months exploring the viability of opening a new branch in the town – consulting with various stakeholders, holding an on-line poll, and taking part in the… 189 more words


Glastonbury Frost Fayre: Photos

Here are some photos from The Fringe Stage at last week’s Glastonbury Frost Fayre. Click on the images below to go to the online photo albums. 40 more words