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Glimpses of Glastonbury

Glastonbury is the first real stop on our summer long road trip. Our younger son moved into a new old house at the start of the year and we are helping with decoration and renovation duties. 790 more words

Travel

Top Tips for any Festival

Every festival has the same necessities, sure we all know a tent, a sleeping bag and trusty wet wipes are a must, without these you’ll end up looking like the love child of swamp thing and Melisandre from Game of Thrones. 321 more words

Festival

The Stars Align...

Life is a series of small happenings, and some of us are keen to see meaning in whatever is going on in their world. Sometimes coincidence is beneficial, even magical, other times all we are left with is that accidents happen. 356 more words

Coincidence

Drawing a dark veil...

“Tell Augustine that he should be no means destroy the temples of the gods but rather the idols within those temples. Let him, after he has purified them with holy water, place altars and relics of the saints in them. 725 more words

The Silent Eye

Drawing a dark veil...

“Tell Augustine that he should be no means destroy the temples of the gods but rather the idols within those temples. Let him, after he has purified them with holy water, place altars and relics of the saints in them. 1,080 more words

The Silent Eye

Glastonbury - the site of Avalon and all things magical

Every year, for five days in June, the attention of many music fans in the UK and beyond is on a festival held on farm land near Glastonbury in Somerset. 1,424 more words

English Abbeys And Cathedrals

Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks

Seven days after seeing The National I still have ‘Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks’ on repeat in my head. London does a nice line in chilled-out summer festivals these days and last Saturday The National were the perfect headliners in Victoria Park, somehow invoking audience euphoria from a set-list that veritably wallowed in melancholy. 565 more words

Music