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2017 Events Unveiled

2017 Events Unveiled

A packed events calendar has been unveiled by Glastonbury Abbey for 2017 with new attractions among the mix.  more

Added: 3rd January 2017

Quiz and supper to raise cash for appeal

Quiz and supper to raise cash for appeal

Last held in 2014, our fundraising quiz and supper night is back when we will be testing your general knowledge and raising money for our Rescue Our Ruins Appeal: The Final Chapter.  more

Added: 20th September 2016

Mayor backs abbey appeal

Mayor backs abbey appeal

The Mayor of Glastonbury Councillor Jon Cousins has given Glastonbury Abbey’s fundraising appeal his backing.  more

Added: 8th September 2016

Handstitched Quilt to be auctioned in aid of Rescue Our Ruins

Handstitched Quilt to be auctioned in aid of Rescue Our Ruins

Local Somerset quilter Jane Harwood is doing her bit for the Glastonbury Abbey appeal by generously donating a handstitched quilt to be auctioned in support of Rescue Our Ruins: The Final Chapter.  more

Added: 30th June 2016

Final Chapter - Fundraising Latest

Final Chapter - Fundraising Latest

Glastonbury Abbey’s Rescue Our Ruins Final Chapter has raised a staggering £19,000 in the first three months.  more

Added: 27th May 2016

Chubb Bulleid support appeal

Chubb Bulleid support appeal

Chubb Bulleid and Cooper & Tanner are sponsoring activities surrounding the Final Chapter of the Rescue Our Ruins Appeal.  more

Added: 3rd March 2016

Trustee named Archaeologist of the Year

Trustee named Archaeologist of the Year

Professor Roberta Gilchrist wins Current Archaeology Award for Archaeologist of the Year 2016.  more

Added: 27th February 2016

Rescue Our Ruins Appeal: The Final Chapter Launch

Rescue Our Ruins Appeal: The Final Chapter Launch

Glastonbury Abbey has launched the Final Chapter for its Rescue Our Ruins Appeal with the help of ambassador and Festival founder Michael Eavis, the Bishop of Bath & Wells and the Lord Lieutenant of Somerset, Annie Maw.  more

Added: 25th February 2016