Throughout the centuries, Glastonbury has been a place of pilgrimage and learning for people from many different cultures and faiths. Never more so that in the present. Many people come to visit or live in Glastonbury, drawn to this Holy Isle for their own individual purposes, and together forming the widespread spiritual community of Avalon. The Assembly … Continue reading “Vision”


1864 The Glastonbury Assembly Rooms were built on the site of the White Hart Inn’s old stables adjacent to the Abbey Wall. The new building was originally proposed to answer the growing need for a permanent home to house the Literary Institution. This had been formed in 1848 with a small reading room in the back … Continue reading “History”