Our 2020 Megavent in Glastonbury, UK
Avalon Extravaganza ... Our Miraculous World
Join us for our 2020 Megavent, where our grads come together to do big work for the world / universe. We'll trek up the Tor together, wander the beautiful Chalice Well Gardens, visit the White Springs, the Abbey Ruins and the magical shops. Expect great chats over meals at the Rainbow Cafe, Excalibur and the Hundred Monkeys while we do the newest consciousness creation work together.
On the July 31st to August 3rd weekend there's the Goddess Conference with the Saturday night Goddess Ball (goddess costumes required) and the Sunday morning procession up the Tor. Also on Saturday night is the Glastonbury Extravaganza, a mini music festival which is incredibly fun.
Arrive Thursday, ready to go for Friday, and depart Sunday or Monday .... with a 3 or 4 night stay at a place of your choosing. We plan to go to the Avebury stone circles on the Monday, assuming there are enough cars to get us all there.
If you're travelllng by train, take the train to Castle Cary and then a taxi from there to Glastonbury. If you're flying in from Europe, take a flight to Bristol Airport (an hour away by bus) or Gatwick Airport (3 hours by train).
Friday, July 31st to Monday, August 3rd
£120 for the 4 day megavent
Not including accommodation, meals & entry fees
Chalice Well £4
Abbey Ruins £8
Glastonbury Extravaganza Music Event £35
Get in touch with us if you'd like to chat about the Megavent and any questions you have about it. Glad to help you sort out accommodation and travel options if you'd like.
Information about Glastonbury
The Glastonbury Tourist Information provides a good overview of accommodation options in town. You can also check AirBnB options.
The nearest airport is Bristol Airport. which is 1.5 hours from Glastonbury by bus. The 376 bus service goes between central Bristol and Glastonbury every half hour.
Gatwick Airport is a 2.5 hour train journey to Castle Cary. Heathrow is about the same but requires a trip into London first. Stansted Airport is about 5 hours by train to Glastonbury.
The nearest train stations are Bristol Temple Meads and Castle Cary. There are only taxis between Glastonbury and Castle Cary - cost approx. £25.
Berrys Coaches offers a daily service between Glastonbury and London, stopping at some places along the way. The National Express Coaches also go between London's Victoria Station and Bristol Temple Meads train and bus station.
Things to Do
The Glastonbury Tor is a sacred site with amazing energy and fabulous views for miles around. The Chalice Well Gardens are beautiful and a wonderful place to do big work together. The Abbey Ruins are mystical and filled with light. And the shops in Glastonbury are magical every single one. It's an unusual and awesome place, like no other in the world.