Glastonbury Antiquarian Society


The Society's next lecture is at 7.30pm on Friday 13th February in Glastonbury Library, Archers Way

Adam Stout

The onset of Avalon

The impact of the Gothic revival on Glastonbury: architecturally, liturgically and culturally. Tennyson’s effect on the perception of the town and the arrivals and visits of various unusual folk in the period before the Great War.


 Go to 'Forthcoming Events' to see the remainder of the programme for this season.


Recent additions:  

Glastonbury: Abbey and Throne

A Day Seminar  (see next page)


To see the 10 Glastonbury Drawings by Sheppard Dale

go to 'Artists, Witnesses & Plans' and open

the page '1864 Sheppard Dale' 


Also extra on '1610 William Camden' & '1825/6 Skinner'


The Municipal History of Glastonbury

by the Rev. Preb. Grant R.D. (1904)


The Streets, Highways & Byways of Gastonbury in 1904

by J G L Bullied, the Society's founder


Street, William Strode & the Civil War

by W S Clark, 1904 Presidential Adress


When Was Glastonbury Abbey Founded

latest thoughts by Stephen Morland when 90


XII Hides Terrier and Perambulations

by H Scott Stokes



Go to: LINKS / Society of Antiquries

 for talks given at the 2013 Glastonbury Symposium





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